Gravity is the second EP by American pop rock band, Against The Current. The EP was released on February 17, 2015, less than a year after their debut EP Infinity.

Background and ReleaseEdit

Following the release of their debut EP, Infinity, and participating in various tours, the band entered the studio to record their second EP. The final product, Gravity, was released on February 17th, 2015. The EP features six songs, and includes a guest appearance from Taka. A few weeks after the release of Gravity, Against The Current announced that they had been signed by the label Fueled By Ramen on March 4, 2015. Like with Infinity, the band released an acoustic version of the EP soon after the original's release, titled Gravity (The Acoustic Sessions: Volume II).


In support of their second EP, Gravity, they embarked on their first headlining world tour, Gravity World Tour, on August 2015. The tour was over the span of 3 months, from August 2015 to November 2015, playing shows in various continents including North America, Asia, and Europe.

Critical ReceptionEdit

Commercial PerformanceEdit

Music VideosEdit

Music videos for all songs on the EP except "Brighter" we're released via Against The Current's YouTube channel. Videos of the band performing acoustic versions of Gravity and Talk were also released.

Musical StyleEdit

Lead singer Chrissy Costanza has stated that on their EP, Gravity, each song has a different type of genre, such as the song "Gravity" being more pop, "Fireproof" being more rock, and "Talk" being more pop-punk.

Track ListingEdit

Gravity — Extended Play
No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. Gravity Unknown Unknown 3:42
2. Talk   Unknown Unknown 3:14
3. Dreaming Alone Unknown Unknown 2:56
4. Paralyzed Unknown Unknown 3:16
5. Fireproof Unknown Unknown 3:08
6. Brighter Unknown Unknown 3:34
Total length: 19:50


Gravity, charted on four Billboard magazine charts, while it peaked on the Alternative Albums, Independent Albums, Rock Albums and Heatseekers Albums charts, peaking at 23, 27, 36 and 4, respectively.