Southampton, UK unsigned solo artist Adam Scott Glasspool is releasing his upcoming EP titled “I Welcome The Flood” with a Release Party scheduled for February 13th, with the EP scheduled to drop February 15th. “I Welcome The Flood” is a finely crafted alt.folk showcase with thoughtful and insightful lyrics accompanied by a lush and tranquil backdrop of the beautiful music written as if creating a stage for a modern poet. It’s always a welcoming surprise to hear such a well rounded emotional and musical journey laid down one track at a time as if created by angels. This EP was not recorded, however. It was born. Bravo!
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About Adam Scott Glasspool:
Adam Scott Glasspool first started going it alone in April 2015. After almost a decade in various bands, honing the craft of songwriting, Adam decided to step back from fuzzed up guitars and burbling synths and stripped it all down to just his guitar. The result was his debut EP ‘On Dreams’, a haunting and atmospheric collection of songs released to critical acclaim.
The rest of the year saw Adam travelling up and down the country, performing the songs to people, where they seemed to take on a new life by way of a loop pedal. A free live recording was released in November 2015.
Inspired by this more structured yet complex approach Adam began recording again, creating a new EP, ‘I Welcome the Flood’. Fans of ‘On Dreams’ will find familiar territory here, but also a progression and evolution of the sound. ‘I Welcome the Flood’ will be released on February 15th 2016 and will be accompanied by a UK tour.
SOURCE: Official Bio
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