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About Early Internet

“…a sharp set of nostalgic, melancholic, dreamy indie-pop.” --KEXP


"Early Internet specializes in quiet pop gems." --Thrillist


"Drenched in nostalgia...a driving, forward leap into a hazy and wishful landscape." --Glasse Factory


"A contemporary must-listen gem." --Wolf in a Suit


You're Just In Time To Miss Everything is the debut album from Early Internet; the moniker for Austin turned LA turned Seattle-based indie dream pop artist, Dean Stafford, previously known for his work in the Austin band Pompeii.

As its title suggests, the album lends itself to feelings of missed windows of opportunity, whether it's through bad timing, aging, generational shortcomings, or misfortune in general.

There are parallels drawn between the state of the world today and the isolation it has spawned -- a longing for past places, events, and people.

Despite this, the songs don’t dwell in melancholy, but rather exist in a bittersweet and melodic universe reminiscent of early aughts staples like Jimmy Eat World or Death Cab for Cutie. The songs of You're Just In Time To Miss Everything might serve well as the backdrop for a coming of age film -- if one were coming of age in one's 30s (no judgment).

Regardless of its subject matter, Stafford maintains a conscious effort to arrive at his unanswered questions through a lens of cautious optimism.

The album is ultimately an acknowledgment of a need to accept one's circumstances as they are, while not allowing them to rob oneself of happiness. It's an affirmation to live in the present moment, where everything actually is.

You're Just In Time To Miss Everything is available now on streaming, vinyl, and CD.
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Genres:
Indie, Indie Pop, Dream Pop, Alternative, Indie Rock
Band Members:
Dean Stafford
Hometown:
Seattle, Washington

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About Early Internet

“…a sharp set of nostalgic, melancholic, dreamy indie-pop.” --KEXP


"Early Internet specializes in quiet pop gems." --Thrillist


"Drenched in nostalgia...a driving, forward leap into a hazy and wishful landscape." --Glasse Factory


"A contemporary must-listen gem." --Wolf in a Suit


You're Just In Time To Miss Everything is the debut album from Early Internet; the moniker for Austin turned LA turned Seattle-based indie dream pop artist, Dean Stafford, previously known for his work in the Austin band Pompeii.

As its title suggests, the album lends itself to feelings of missed windows of opportunity, whether it's through bad timing, aging, generational shortcomings, or misfortune in general.

There are parallels drawn between the state of the world today and the isolation it has spawned -- a longing for past places, events, and people.

Despite this, the songs don’t dwell in melancholy, but rather exist in a bittersweet and melodic universe reminiscent of early aughts staples like Jimmy Eat World or Death Cab for Cutie. The songs of You're Just In Time To Miss Everything might serve well as the backdrop for a coming of age film -- if one were coming of age in one's 30s (no judgment).

Regardless of its subject matter, Stafford maintains a conscious effort to arrive at his unanswered questions through a lens of cautious optimism.

The album is ultimately an acknowledgment of a need to accept one's circumstances as they are, while not allowing them to rob oneself of happiness. It's an affirmation to live in the present moment, where everything actually is.

You're Just In Time To Miss Everything is available now on streaming, vinyl, and CD.
Show More
Genres:
Indie, Indie Pop, Dream Pop, Alternative, Indie Rock
Band Members:
Dean Stafford
Hometown:
Seattle, Washington

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