We got an e-mail over the weekend proclaiming one of our favorite bands will be self-releasing a new limited edition LP and free digital record this fall.
A Sunny Day in Glasgow have been buds with Impose for some time. We have had them on a bunch of shows and they've even done some reporting for us. So, of course, we're pleased as punch to hear the news they've got new music coming down the pipeline. The e-mail read:
A Sunny Day in Glasgow will be self-releasing an LP this fall titled
“Autumn, Again” on October 19th. A digital version of the LP will be
given away completely for free via the band's website and a limited
run of 500 LPs have been pressed up and will be for sale via the
band's website and through Carrot Top Distribution.
Written while working on 2009's Ashes Grammar, the extra songs from that session made up the Nitetime Rainbows EP and the primary structure of Autumn, Again. While you'll have to wait until October to hear the full album for free, you can check out “Drink Drank Drunk” now.