We’ve been huge fans of Nashville, Tennessee’s Wildfront since featuring their single, January, on our July 2015 playlist and today we have the pleasure of premiering their new album, Turn to Glass. It features a new version of January and the track Sinking Moon, which we featured on the BIRP! Volume One compilation vinyl.
Turn to Glass is set for release on October 31st and will be available for purchase over at bandcamp. Stream below:
Wildfront is the work of Josephine Moore and Turn to Glass was recorded in collaboration with Krista Glover, John Corlew & Devan Kochersperger. Keep up with the band over at facebook, twitter & instagram.
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