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We've been working hard on our debut album since November 2020 and we honestly didn't think it was going to take this long to have it ready for you. In fact, would you believe that our original release date was going to be February 2021?

Well, real life commitments still have to take priority but in our free moments we've been chipping away at it and now we're getting very close. Ten of the twelve songs are finished, the eleventh is very close, and the last one won't be too far behind.  Perhaps unsurprisingly though, the last three songs to be finished are all ones written by Paul!

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So we still don't have a release date for you but as soon as we finish that last song we'll find a CD burnery sort of place, find out how long it'll take them to get 100 or so CDs to us, and whatever they say, that'll probably be the release date for the album. Until then, Matt will still be kicking around on Twitter and all of us will keep pushing towards getting this album to you in a year where its title still makes sense. See you all soon, folks!


How the same s**t happened to the same guys twice.


Storm of Crows started life in another time. In another decade. In another CENTURY! In 1997, Matt and Paul formed a band with another friend, and that band was called West Tangleyam. They were three rhythm guitarists. They were crap. Realising that different types of musicians would add a little variety, they recruited a guy they hardly knew, Jimmy, to come and play bass for them.

Mercifully, West Tangleyam only lasted two years and showed no signs of surfacing again until 2020.

Matt decided to record an old song or two as a lockdown project. After he put the first song on Facebook, he got Jimmy to play bass for the second. When that was uploaded, Paul expressed an interest at joining again for the third. That third song was Upon Us, the first official release of the newly named Storm of Crows (and the other two songs were quickly deleted from the record, as they were a bit cack).



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