Relativity is the debut studio album by American post-hardcore band Emarosa, released on June 8, 2008 through Rise Records. This is the first release by the band with new vocalist Jonny Craig and guitarist Jonas Ladekjaer. The album was recorded during the period when Jonny Craig was away from Dance Gavin Dance. The album peaked at 191 on the Billboard 200 as well as 33 on the Top Independent Albums.
- "The Past Should Stay Dead"
- "Just Another Marionette"
- "What's a Clock Without the Batteries?"
- "Heads or Tails? Real or Not?"
- "Even Bad Men Love Their Mothers" (featuring Jacqueline Craig)
- "Her Advice Cost Us a Life"
- "Set It Off Like Napalm"
- "Sailing in the Dark Isn't Smart Kid!"
- "Pretend. Release. The Close."
- "It's Cold in the Shade, Let's Move the Sun..."
- "I Still Feel Her Pt. I"
- "A City Called Coma Pt. II"
- Jonny Craig - lead vocals
- ER White - lead guitar
- Will Sowers - bass guitar
- Jonas Ladekjaer - rhythm guitar
- Lukas Koszewski - drums
- Jordan Stewart - keyboards
- Jacqueline Craig - vocals on track 5
- Produced, Engineered, Mixed and Mastered by Kris Crummett
- Recorded by Emarosa
- Management by Eric Roushing and Bret Blair
- Booking by Jeremy Holgersen
- Art Direction and Design by Synapse Design
- Photgraphy by Roxanne Hartidge
- Vocalist Jonny Craig's mother provides vocals on the track "Even Bad Men Love Their Mothers".