Sleepy Turtles Unveil Cover Art and Track Listing For
Summer Hither EP, Available Digitally Worldwide on May 29 via Autumn + Colour Records
Limited Edition Vinyl Version Available July 10
Single “Nature’s Hymn” Now Available On iTunes!
Purchase at: http://bit.ly/K6SS9x
Atlanta’s Sleepy Turtles have revealed the cover art and track listing for their upcoming Summer, Hither debut EP release, available digitally, worldwide on May 29 via Autumn + Colour Records. The EP features a remixed version of the first single “Natures Hymn.”
Autumn + Colour will then release a limited edition vinyl version of Summer, Hitheron July 10.
Summer, Hither tracklist:
01. Summer, Hither
02. Morning Song
03. Nature’s Hymn
04. A Reason To Hope
05. Being Small
“Nature’s Hymn” is available now on iTunes: http://bit.ly/K6SS9x.
The “Nature’s Hymn” music video can be viewed here: http://bit.ly/IdbABh.
Sleepy Turtles first came together to create a soundtrack for a novel (http://www.emblemandlantern.com) written by vocalist/guitarist Dylan Higgins, who then decided to keep making music using a moniker which came from a chapter title in said novel.
Consisting of Higgins, Tim Friesen, Will Parker,
and Mike Vanklaveren, Sleepy Turtles create songs, simplistic in frame, but broad in context, threaded in the old tradition of folk. Their music creaks with the thaw of an old church pew, drawing joy in wandering harmonies and stories that are sewn by hands covered in earth, filling the bones of the songs as ambience backlights the fluttering travels of shared existence. “We hope to portray through the music,” Higgins explains, “that all of us are a part of the same journey.” Marcus Trail
Fans of Sleepy Turtles can still download a FREE copy of their previously unreleased EP “Brother, You’re So Kind” for a limited time on Noisetrade. Follow, share and support them as they begin their journey.
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About Autumn + Colour Records:
All seasons must come to an end. An enveloping sky transforms the climate and the outlook shifts as everyone gazes to the equivocal horizon. The rules of the music industry have followed suit with that of nature. For some the view is that of the uncertain stumbling that comes with the darkness and the cold, for others it is a bright and illustrious future where artists are able to take control of their art: this is the ethos that developed into the founding of Autumn + Colour Records. Formed in late 2011 by Todd Richard Stevens, a former producer and studio engineer, and Travis Groo, a former artist manager and booking agent, Autumn + Colour was well constructed to give the ownership back to the artist. Rather than borrow at a high interest-rate until the bottom line crashes into a debt, the artist and the label become an equal partnership. This partnership extends well beyond the bounds of a normal label as an altruistic ideal overshadows personal monetary gain. Autumn + Colour donates ten percent from all streams of income to various nonprofits and charitable organizations. It is a community, it is a company, it is a beautiful change.