Admiral Fallow return with their sophomore album 'Tree Bursts in Snow' a follow up to the superbly acclaimed debut 'Boots Met My Face'. The band return following a play the Academy 2 on Friday 15th February.
The Glasgow-based ensemble Admiral Fallow formed in 2007. With the success of their debut album, they toured relentlessly supporting the likes of Futureheads, King Creosote, the Felice Brothers and Frightened Rabbit . They have paid their dues several times over, sleeping on floors on tour and making the most of meagre resources to further a cause that’s earned them comparisons to the likes of The Delgados and Midlake and attracted plaudits from such high-profile individuals as Elbow’s Guy Garvey, King Creosote and Guillemots’ Fyfe Dangerfield.
Now, with the release of Tree Bursts in Snow – produced and mixed at Glasgow's famous Chem 19 studios by Paul Savage (Franz Ferdinand, Mogwai, Teenage Fanclub), and mastered by Greg Calbi (Bon Iver, Fleet Foxes, The National) at Sterling Sound in NYC – the five-piece (regularly swelled to a larger collective live) is ready to take the next step: from the recommended column of several critics’ reviews catalogue and into the hearts of the wider public.
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