Ephemerals – Upcoming Gig and Releases

9 Jan

In September we introduced you to Ephemerals as they embarked on there début UK Tour. Just four months later they have so much exciting news I don’t really know where to start.

The pace of which this project has been moving does not surprise me at all, as heading up the Project is Hillman Mondergreen Producer, Songwriter, Guitarist and the brains behind, ‘A Hill Of Feathers’ (Hannah Williams & The Taste Makers), as well as a few other projects he has casually churned out in a jiffy. After ‘A Hill Of Feathers’ this is by far the project that excites me most. When I met Wolfgang who sings lead on this project  he told me he had only been singing for the last two years, a fact I find remarkably difficult to fathom as when you watch and hear him sing live, his performance belies his years of experience and his voice is just so damn gorgeous. Hilman Mondergreen really has nailed the art of writing songs to suit the vocals of the performer.

Ephemerals gig

So on to all this pressing news. Firstly if you missed their first tour then you can catch them play 229 on the 8th of may for AGMP, you can get tickets here and if I were you I’d snap yours up fast before they sell out.

Secondly, releases. If you haven’t heard the album ‘Nothing Is Easy’ yet go and check out the teaser on this page! Whilst there id recommend ordering the limited edition LP which comes with a digital download card and is packed with exclusive content that you wont get on the digital edition, if you pre-order now, you will get it before all the shops, promoters and DJ’s and be made to feel as special as you deserve to feel. The news on releases continues with Mocambo (DE) picking up “Call It What You Want” to be release on 7″ in February,  Colemine (USA) picking up “Things part one” to be release on 7″ in March and the band Independently releasing “Fall Back On Me” on 7″ through Hilman Mondergreeens label Mondegreen Records (UK) in May. Phew, Keep up!

Well that’s all quite a lot of excitement to digest and I’m sure it wont be long till there is more news from Ephemerals so until then check out this official video for the beautifully melancholic ‘Six Days A week’

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