Mostly Autumn announce new album

sight-of-dayMostly Autumn announce their forthcoming album, to be titled “Sight of Day”, with a planned shipping date of January 2017 and a general retail release for February.

Like every album since 2007, it will again be crowdfunded, using pre-orders to fund the recording, and they’re taking orders right now from Mostly Autumn Records

As has been the case with most of their other recent albums, the pre-order edition will be a limited edition double album with additional songs that won’t be on the single-disk retail edition. And it’s usually a good bet that some of the songs on the bonus disk will be every bit as good as anything on retaul edition. And it’s limited to 2000 copies, so get your order in now!

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4 Responses to Mostly Autumn announce new album

  1. PaulE says:

    Bought. No hesitation.

    Do you think they have a song to debut on Sunday? :-)

  2. Tim Hall says:

    I doubt it, but they did play “Heart Life” live before Storms came out.

    I’m guessing that because of the relative lack of live activity this year they’ve probably been working of the album over the past few months, and most of it’s probably written if not recorded by now.

  3. Whoever Dares says:

    Is the baby in the roots on the album cover a clue to anything forthcoming in the Mostly camp?

  4. Tim Hall says:

    I am not going to speculate….