Label: Facedown Records Weathered is back with their sophomore release, "Everything All At Once," the follow-up to 2018's "Stranger Here." The new album is undeniably Weathered: first-rate, Midwest emo with cathartic vocal hooks and moody riffs. The Minneapolis collective still appear as though they remain caught somewhere between comprehending their situation and collapsing into a heap. The duration of sophomore record Everything All at Once is a struggle manifested into a variety of forms; there’s no longer a template to abide by as witnessed previously. By attempting to make sense of themselves, the midwestern crew have undergone a transformation, injecting biting rock passages alongside softer indie numbers, each foray buttressed by a sort of grunge-esque swagger that allows the band’s words to be driven home. Whether inquiries are answered or not, this much appears true: Weathered have advanced into an exciting new chapter.