Winter’s Fall will release their new record At All Angles on 02/15 .  Physical copies are going out to press now.
Magnet Magazine has been kind enough to feature the track “Anyways” as a free download today.  HERE.
There’s a short documentary about the making of the record HERE.
All the usual info on the band HERE.
For anything regarding the band get in touch !
Jeff

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 ?  Post-Americana ?  If Blitzen Trapper and Interpol had a baby ?  Peter Winter Stanley and his band mates have created a beautiful and unique record we think you’ll enjoy.
Winter’s Fall

01/26  San Francisco, CA @ Knockout w/ Tape Deck Mountain
01/30  Sacramento, CA @ Townhouse Lounge
02/19  Berkeley, CA @ Starry Plough w/ Kissing Cousins
03/02  Los Angeles, CA @ Silver Factory Studios
03/03  El Paso, TX @ The Garage
03/04  Austin, TX @ The Mohawk w/ Doug Burr
03/05  Ft. Worth, TX @ Lola’s
03/06  Santa Fe, NM @ The Underground
03/07  Phoenix, AZ @ Donna Jeans Libations
03/08  San Diego, CA @ TBA

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