Wednesday, 1 April 2015

New album from The Early November

Picture by Danielle Parsons
ROCKERS The Early November will release their album Imbue on May 11th via Rise Records.

And the New Jersey band will support the album with an extensive tour starting in the UK on April 21st before dates taking in mainland Europe, the US and Canada.

Imbue was recorded at frontman Ace Enders' Living Room studio and he told RealSoundsOK: "This is my favourite album I've ever been a part of. I think one of the reasons is that we did it at two separate times so there is a difference in the personality of the songs.

"I love when an album doesn't sound uniform and I think that's what makes this one sound and feel so special to me."

The album marks a new chapter for a band that has experienced a number of up and downs. They released their debut LP The Room's Too Cold in 2003 to wide acclaim, but the triple-disc follow-up concept album - The Mother, The Mechanic and The Path - lead to an indefinite hiatus seven months later.

But a reunion show in 2011 was a sell out and they returned a year after with new album In Currents.

You can listen to new single Narrow Mouth below and to find out more about the band, visit

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