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Mostly Autumn are prog rock extraordinaires. Drawing on Celtic imagery and themes, the band backs folk music with hard rock guitars, emotional melodies and dreamlike words. The bands guitars wail through lavish keyboard and epic drum beats, emphasising the dramatic echoing vocals.
Having never singed to a major label, the band have forged their own path releasing their own material through their own independent label instead.
Their current line-up includes drummer Chris Walton, vocalist Heidi Widdop, Iain Jennings on keys, violin player Bob Faulds, Kev Gibbons providing whistles and bassist Alun Hughes who are all led by vocalist and guitarist Bryan Josh.
Catch them when they takeover Waterfront in Norwich on Sunday 2nd of September 2018.
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Started 1995, the band emerged following the demise of the cover band One Stoned Snowman who specialised in the songs of Pink Floyd plus other similar seventies hits.
Since then Mostly Autumn have amassed an impressive back catalogue which includes eleven studio albums, thirteen live albums as well as whole host of singles, EPs and anthologies. Their latest album is entitled Dressed In Voices.
“Dressed In Voices is without doubt Mostly Autumn’s finest hour.” - Get Ready To Rock
“Dressed In Voices is a concept album dealing with a gruesome murder and how that action impinges on the memories, dreams, hopes and expectations. Given the dark subject of the concept, the music surprisingly comes across in a fairly upbeat manner.” - Prog Rock Music Talk
Mostly Autumn concert tickets can be booked through Gigantic right now. But given their massively appeal they are expected to sell very quickly so book yours before they are gone. Gigantic has a huge range of essential gig tickets so stick with us to enjoy a great service in providing you an unforgettable experience.
They manage to slowly take you away on a journey until you've entirely lost yourself to their music. Absolutely fantastic, especially the classics, though there's something to say for the new album too!
Posted by Ruben on 04/09/2017
Mostly Autumn In Concert, O2 Academy Islington, London - 3rd September 2017
Very very good .glad I got to see them again. Gets better each time...
Posted by GA on 15/05/2017
Mostly Autumn, The Globe, Cardiff - 14th May 2017