A Sunny Day in Glasgow to Release New LP, Share Digital Version for Free

A Sunny Day in Glasgow to Release New LP, Share Digital Version for Free
There's just no stopping A Sunny Day in Glasgow. In late 2009, the Philadelphia collective released the Exclaim! Mark of Excellence-earning, 22-track sophomore effort Ashes Grammar and then quickly followed it up with an EP of leftover tracks, titled Nitetime Rainbows. Now, the band have put together yet another release featuring songs from those 2009 sessions, the aptly-titled Autumn, Again.

The LP, whose title seems slyly self-aware of the fecundity of their 2009 sessions, will be available October 19 as both a free digital download from their website and as a vinyl record, to be pressed in a limited run of just 500 copies. Vinyl copies will be available from both the band's website and via Carrot Top Distribution.

The tracklist, as well as the visually appealing video for "So bloody, so tight" (from Nitetime Rainbows), is below, and you can see the album art above.

Autumn, Again:

1. "Autumn, Again"
2. "Fall in Love"
3. "Petition to Refrain from Repetition"
4. "Sigh, Inhibitionist (Come All Day with Me)"
5. "Moments on the Lawn"
6. "Drink Drank Drunk"
7. "Violet Mary Haunts Me OR Loss of Forgetfulness on Renfrew Street"
8. "How Does Somebody Say When They like You?"
9. "Calling It Love Isn't Love (Don't Fall in Love)"
10. "This Assclown Eats Ambien OR Nobody likes you (No Art)"
11. "100/0 (Snowdays Forever)"