Brighton (UK) based outfit Come The Spring follow up from their recent ‘For What It’s Worth’ single release with official news of their first full length album.
Entitled ‘Echoes’, the new collection of tracks from the emotionally charged alt-rock act shall be available on digital & CD formats from 9th March 2018 via Engineer Records. Having released the album’s first single ‘For What Its Worth’ as a perfect snap shot of their affinity for ear catching post-hard core exuberance, ‘Echoes’ as a body of work, delves much deeper into the British rock band’s creative universe and diversity. Delivering a clear statement to produce music with anthemic vocals, articulate song dynamics, soaring guitar riffs and emotive hook lines, Come The Spring will resonate with fans of The Promise Ring, Chamerlain, Frank Turner, Hundred Reasons, Touche Amore, Hot Water Music and Texas Is The Reason.
With their individual members gaining a wealth of experience from plying their trade in various cult following UK rock bands, Come The Spring launched in 2012. The original line up of Sam Craddock (vox), Simon Goodrick (guitar), David Gamage (guitar), Mark Wilkinson (Bass) and Jamie Donbroski (drums) have maintained their verve to mould Come The Spring with their honed and polished song-writing and performance skills. With two well received EP’s already under their belt, the band strive forward with the launch of the Ian Sadler produced ‘Echoes’ and forecast further single releases this year.
‘Echoes’ Track Listing
01) Thirteen Months
02) Better Now
04) For What Its Worth
05) Brighton And The Blues
07) Boys Of Summer
‘Echoes’ Album Out 9th March 2018 via Engineer Records
Unleashing the 2nd video single release from their 2018 debut album ‘Echoes‘, British alt-rock act Come The Spring announce the official arrival of ‘Better Now’.
Featuring a united force of experienced musicians who have plied their trade in many UK cult-following rock bands, Brighton (UK) based Come The Spring have honed their riotous, cathartic and emotive brand of alternative rock through sheer persistence and creative evolution. The passionately gravel-toned vocals of Sam Craddock accompanied by the post-punk fuelled guitar interplay between Simon Goodrick & David Gamage and pulsating rhythm section of drummer Jamie Donbroski and bassist Mark Wilkinson; have all coalesced Come The Spring into an impressive live and studio band. These elder statesmen of the post-hardcore community have more releases to bestow upon the public in coming months.