September 17, 2012

The Autumnkind: Cartography

London pop quartet The Autumnkind were on the brink of a breakthrough when their bass player called it quits to join the navy. After cutting an acoustic single in 2011, a new line-up was assembled and they were ready to pick up the scent of fame and began working on a new EP. Cartography is a pleasant effort, although they should steer clear of the borderline boy band-isms that have sneaked in into Time Will Tell.

Rooted in Britpop with a hint of psychedelica, The Autumnkind, is ready for another try to reach out beyond London and their native Hertfordshire. Stand-out track Glasshouses, with a melody that is a blend of Echo and The Bunnymen and Crowded House, might do the trick.

The Autumnkind:
Marc Ozall: vocals, guitar
Simon Treasure: drums
Adam Lunn: guitar
Martin Bradford-Gago: bass

The Autumnkind: Cartography

Cartography is a self-released EP. Buy it (pay-what-you-want) from the band's website.

Tracks:
  1. Scratch
  2. Glasshouses
  3. Temporary
  4. Time Will Tell

Live dates:
  • 10/04 Horn @ St Albans, St Albans, UK
  • 10/20 Dublin Castle, London, UK

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