UTG EXCLUSIVE: Stream Makeshift Shelters’ Debut EP, ‘The Cautious End of Things’

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Today Under the Gun Review is proud to exclusively stream the debut EP for DC-based indie rock band Makeshift Shelters. The EP, titled The Cautious End of Things, is a cathartic short release that is so catchy that you’d think a more established band wrote it already. We already reviewed the first single from the EP earlier this month, and we’re happy to announce that the rest of the EP keeps up the same high quality as the title track. The Cautious End of Things is a great introduction from Makeshift Shelters, and really leaves our staff wanting more tracks to keep us company on late night walks home (at least that’s when I have been jamming it a lot).

The Cautious End of Things comes out on November 26 via Broken World Media, but you can pre-order the record today, here. Makeshift Shelters is also gearing up to record a full-length record at the end of this year, so if you like what you hear, check them out on Facebook and Twitter, as they have a lot more in store for you in the coming months.

We could go on and on about how much we love this release, but frankly, the best judge of if you’d like it or not is yourself. Click through the break and check out Makeshift Shelters’ debut EP, The Cautious End of Things, and get ready to fall in love with your new favorite band.

Tyler Osborne

Live in DC, grew up in PA. I specialize in writing, filming and taking pictures about punk, pop-punk, and hardcore music, and I also have a huge background in film as well. When not on the site, i'm running my own internet radio show, ToZ's Edge Radio (www.facebook.com/tozedgeradio). I also love stage diving and goldfish.
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