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An interview with The Epstein about new album Mumurations

Oxford based band The Epstein are set to release their second album Murmurations, and I caught up with them to find out more.

Written by Amelia Gregory

The Epstein by neonflower
The Epstein by neonflower.

Oxford based folk rockers The Epstein return with their second album Mumurations today. 14 months in the pipeline, it's a record filled with songs of departure and change, all set against a lush melodic backdrop. From opener Morning News - a typically heartfelt tale set to the mournful twirls of a guitar - to the beautiful lilting sounds of current download single Calling Out Your Name, this is over 40 minutes of big folk that is well worth checking out. I spoke with Olly Wills, who is responsible for vocals and acoustic guitar.

The Epstein - Murmurations Cover
What does Murmurations mean?
Murmurations is the term used for a flock of starlings when they fly in swooping flocks of thousands and can be seen sweeping and diving… read more

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