Amen Lucy, Amen: "Ashore for the End" - 1.17.2014 Posted 09 Dec 2013
Brave New Records and Amen Lucy, Amen are very proud to announce their debut album:
Out on CD and download January 17, 2014.
Union Tree Review - "Enjoy The Weather" OUT NOW Posted 07 Oct 2013
TODAY IS THE DAY! The long-awaited brand new 5-song EP from Union Tree Review is available HERE. Available for Download AND Vinyl PREORDER (vinyl available 12/22/2013 -- Get the Download immediately after you purchase the preorder) exclusively through Brave New Records.
Union Tree Review: "Time For Example" Posted 30 Sep 2013
We're happy to announce the release of the video for "Time For Example," from Union Tree Review 's new EP "Enjoy The Weather." The video was directed by Saint Louis's own Evan Mueller. The EP will be available digitally right here at BNR.net on Tuesday, October 8th.
Union Tree Review: New EP October 8th Posted 09 Sep 2013
Brave New Records is proud to announce the release of "Enjoy The Weather," the new EP from Saint Louis indie rock band Union Tree Review.
The band announced ETW earlier this morning via press release:
"Union Tree Review today revealed the cover art and track listing for their new EP, Enjoy The Weather, available digitally only on October 8. The art is a one of a kind mixed media painting by Emma Ginsberg (http://www.emmaginsberg.com/). Enjoy The Weather is the St. Louis band's 3rd official release and its first since 2011's Death and Other Forms of Relaxation. The 5-song player will feature two long awaited studio recordings: '"Skeletons' was the first song we wrote after the 'Death' sessions and until now the only existing recording of it is in a video we did with Show Me Shows" (http://youtu.be/JcR7JeHHju8) says singer/writer Tawaine Noah. Long time live set closer, the bursting, 'Clouds' is also included, appropriately book-ending the record.
Tawaine is also excited to announce the release of select demos from both ETW as well as Death and Other Forms of Relaxation. "I think fans will really enjoy hearing the songs in their early developmental stages. Once they get older, you just start to resent them. Or at least find them intriguing in some distasteful way. Most of them are pretty different from what ended up going on the record".
You can check out the art and track listing at Brave New Records where you can find more details about ETW, UTR, EP and other forms of abbreviation."