Alternative Rock quintet Seasons For Change has officially dropped heir new album teaser with snippets taken off of the band’s debut EP, “Timeless Collective”, officially out worldwide Nov. 11, 2016 via Famined Records. The teaser can be streamed here.
The 3-minutes-long video showcases allows the crowd a quick peek of every song from the album that is bound to get heads bobbing and feet tapping to the infectious, upbeat sound the band has, and has been dropped along with the big reveal of the album artwork, the full track list, and a brand new instant gratification track available on iTunes and Amazon, “Meteor”, which was previously released during the Summer.
When asked about the album, this is what the band had to say:
”'Timeless Collective' is an album representing the lasting relationships we make and build, thanks to a shared passion for music. The songs express a variety of emotional states that we experience throughout our lives. We're so excited to finally announce with Famined Records a date for the release of this album. Thanks everyone for being so patient!”
Seasons for Change is an alternative rock band from Hong Kong. Its current line-up officially came together in 2015, with members from various local bands active in the scene. Seasons for Change since it’s inception in April 2014 has been developing and polishing their unique sound. With growing support since their debut into the local indie scene, they have already performed at a variety of shows and most notably at Clockenflap 2014.
They released their first single ‘Rain’ in February to positive reviews, and has most recently released another single from their EP, titled ‘Anima’. ‘Seasons for Change’ is part of a new wave of upcoming and fresh local music in the scene; promising to consistently deliver an emotional and energetic live performance, with their melodic and anthemic songs expressing themes of love, identity and freedom inspired by life in Hong Kong.
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