The first full album from Thursday’s Band. ‘No genre’ might give you a clue. There’s a bit of folk, a dash of country, a whisper of rock, even. And a healthy dose of classical, when the strings start to soar over locked-down guitars. Thursday’s Band are all about the songs but they love to bounce them along with a strong repertoire of tunes.
‘The songs on this album take you on a journey … through the bleak darkness of ‘The Black Ship’, the quiet longing held within ‘Cold Boston’, the understated sharing of emotion through ‘Train to Albion’ by way of the tongue in cheek humour of ‘Eating Mexican’, to the raw feeling of ‘Fly’ … and if Lucinda’s vocals on ‘Jupiter’ don’t move your soul then you should start looking for it. Thursday’s Band deliver a musical voyage that once taken (and you should) you will certainly make again and again…’