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AUTUMN - New Single Taken From Forthcoming Album Available For Streaming

Minneapolis (USA) based dark ethereal/goth/post-punk trio Autumn are about to release on 23rd March via Sett Records their third full-length album entitled Chandelier. Ahead of that release and on the trail of their 3-track single "the fall', released in November 2017 (you can hear it over HERE), the new single "Beginnings" is being previewed and you can give it a listen in the player below.
Autumn is Julie Plante (vocals), Jeff Leyda (bass), and Neil McKay (guitars). Forming in Minneapolis in 1994, autumn has always sought to create melodies that get the listener to feel something deeply, that have the ability to haunt you in some way after the fact. The band released two albums on Tess Records - the hating tree (1996) and return to the breath (1999), with accompanying tours in support of each album before taking an extended hiatus.
Time, and perhaps fortune, brought them back to the source, each looking to express that nameless feeling that drew them together so many years previous. In 2016, a plan was hatched, and they contacted producer William Faith (Faith And The Muse, Christian Death, The March Violets, The Bellwether Syndicate), who produced Autumn's debut album with the idea to bring the home team back together to produce something new, with a bit of old world charm. Link

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