Berkeley, CA based, Winter’s Fall will release their new record At All Angles on 02/15 with Velvet Blue Music.

San Francisco Weekly described them as something like “a mix between Cormac McCarthy and Ray Bradbury”, or for the less well read, Western meets Science Fiction, or for the music minded Math Rock meets Twang ?  Peter Winter Stanley and his band mates have created a beautiful and unique record we think you’ll enjoy. Their tour dates will be announced soon.
Hear 2 tracks from the record :
Get in touch –
Press :  Jeff  :  velvet(dot)blue@verizon(dot)net
Radio :  Shil  :  shil@teamclermont(dot)com
Licensing : Lauren  :  lauren@terrorbird(dot)com
Booking : Pete  :  buttersideupbooking@yahoo(dot)com
Winter’s Fall

01/08  San Jose, CA @ Johnny B’s
01/26  San Francisco, CA @ Knockout w/ Tapedeck Mountain
01/30  Sacramento, CA @ Clay Nutting Presents
02/19  Berkeley, CA @ Starry Plough w/ Kissing Cousins


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