RIGHT AWAY, GREAT CAPTAIN!
(the solo project of Manchester Orchestra frontman Andy Hull)

Official SXSW showcase:
Wednesday, March 14
12:45 AM
Lamberts, 401 W 2nd St

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Andy Hull is preparing to release the third and final album in his Right Away, Great Captain! saga this spring. The solo project from the frontman of Manchester Orchestra eschews the bombast of his band, emphasizing instead Hull’s more delicate singer/songwriter side as he tells the tormented tale of a sailor who, upon catching his wife in bed with his brother, takes to the sea for years before returning home and bringing the story to its horrible, inevitable conclusion.

Hull explains more about the background and story of Right Away, Great Captain! in this interview with Property Of Zack:
http://paradm.co/ragc-poz-intvw

The new album will be released digitally, and Hull is also planning to issue a limited-edition vinyl collection of all three Right Away, Great Captain! albums.

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