Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Autumn, Again



Not that they had any further obligation to endear themselves to me-- what with having released 2009s best album and all-- but the Philadelphia based dream-weavers in A Sunny Day in Glasgow are nevertheless offering up their new album, Autumn, Again, for free download to anyone with an internet connection (vinyl is also available for purchase). Recorded during the same sessions that birthed the aforementioned Ashes Grammar, this comparatively brief LP (just over 30 minutes) effectively ties a bow on one of the most impressive bursts of creativity in recent indie-pop. Look for my full length review of the record in the coming weeks over at InRO, but in the meantime there's simply no excuse not to be the listening to this gift.

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