Ancient Cities Unleash ‘Supermoon Blackout’ Title Track w/ Northern Transmissions
July 2, 2016 - Supermoon
Following their well-received self-titled entrance manuscript in 2014, Ancient Cities earnings to pierce us Supermoon Blackout, out 7/1 and accessible now! After being invited to play Newport Folk Festival in 2015 by Converse, a rope began recording during Converse Rubber Tracks Studio in Boston and Sioux Sioux Studio before holding a record to frontman Stephen Warwick’s home studio to hang up. What emerged is both tender and organic in a ways you’d design and suffer from and fuzzed out mill manuscript like this. Give it a listen this afternoon on Spotify!
They’ve stretched on a sound that is lively, warm, angsty, and ferocious, and a new further of organ/synth sounds have usually combined to a party. Supermoon Blackout will have we swooning, dancing silly, jumping around wildly, or nodding your conduct and drumming your steering circle from one strain to another. The rope is putting one feet in front of a other along a highway of unusual folk mill laid before them. Each mill placed with road-tested element has landed them facilities in Vanity Fair, The Village Voice, as good as live video sessions with Paste Magazine and Live Breathing. Creatively and otherwise, Ancient Cities is following this highway to success- polishing their elaborating tastes though not deviate distant from their foam mill n roll, psyched out cocktail roots.
Warwick gained commend in 2010 with his solo manuscript Talking Machine, receiving internal notice as best song-writer and alighting on Shuffle Magazine’s tip 10 list for albums of that year. Ancient Cities became his new low-pitched opening that gave him freedoms to mangle out from lofi alt-folk and collect adult an electric guitar with no reservations or apologies. This change in viewpoint brought about some foot-stomping mill n hurl that comes from a courteous enterprise to pierce you. Supermoon Blackout is a kind of song that beckons we put down your dungeon phone to only dance, listen, or watch. With a kind of tunes that are even improved in person, Ancient Cities will strike a highway this month, check out all a dates below!
7/4: Charlotte, NC @ US National Whitewater Center
7/21: Knoxville, TN @ Barley’s Taproom
7/22: Johnson City, TN @ The Willow Tree
8/24: Charlotte, NC @ Snug Harbor
8/26: Charleston, SC @ Tin Roof
8/28: Athens, GA @ Wildwood Revival
Photo Credit: Giles Clement