Volcano Choir: Repave

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I’m fairly convinced that everything Justin Vernon touches turns to gold and in the instance of Volcano Choir’s latest release, the aforementioned is absolutely the case.

Today marks the sophomore album’s Australian release and we couldn’t be more excited for you to hear it. Classifying themselves as an ‘experimental’ band, Volcano Choir have seized REPAVE as an opportunity to showcase a developed sound, doing so with upmost gusto.

Be forewarned, this release is markedly different to the group’s first record, Unmap, which was much more alternative than its newest sibling. As a whole, Repave is increasingly accessible to audiences, perhaps due to the fact that it borrows from the familiar and well loved sensibilities that Bon Iver is all about.

Read on above.