The record opens with 'Finding Colours', a vocal on its own, without music, which is quite mystical, almost like a Kate Bush vocal. Then a beat comes in, and the crowd begins to cheer. The album was recorded live, in April 2010, at The Assembly in Leamington Spa. The concert was a last hurrah for Heather Findlay, who was leaving the band.
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Mostly Autumn have been doing the rounds for about 13 years now and in that time have built up something of a cult following in certain circles. I suppose that their brand of symphonic rock music must be something of an acquired taste.
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