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As Everything Unfolds release new single 'Blossom'


New album coming 2023 via Long Branch Records


"one of the most exciting bands on the UK circuit right now" - Kerrang!


UK breakthrough act As Everything Unfolds have released their new single 'Blossom'. The track is the second glimpse into their highly anticipated second album, due for release in 2023 via Long Branch Records.


Vocalist Charlie Rolfe comments:


"Don’t ever forget where you came from, don’t forget we’re still progressing and don’t forget there is still so much growth yet to do. This song is about the fear I had around losing what I had. I knew what I had and how much I wanted to pursue it, and how much we as a group had achieved in the last year - I couldn’t let it go to waste. Things in blossom should be allowed to grow, and I won’t stop it."


As Everything Unfolds are currently on tour across the UK and Europe as main support to Being As An Ocean. UK dates are as follows: Dec 6: Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach Dec 7: Glasgow Cathouse Dec 8: Birmingham The Asylum Dec 9: Leeds Key Club Dec 10: London Underworld Dec 11: Manchester Club Academy


Ignoring traditional genre boundaries with their distinctive sound, As Everything Unfolds have aspired to create a unique listening experience, combining a multitude of genres within the alternative realm and beyond. With over 20 million streams of their debut album to date, their craft does not go unnoticed.


As Everything Unfolds have been nominated for a Heavy Music Award and have appeared at European festivals including Download Festival, Graspop, Rock For People, Full Force, and shared stages with Enter Shikari, Wargasm, Holding Absence and many more.


With the release of their new album and many more tours and festivals in the pipeline, 2023 promises to be a huge year for As Everything Unfolds.


As Everything Unfolds are:


Charlie Rolfe - Vocals

Adam Kerr - Guitar

George Hunt - Bass

Jon Cassidy - Synth

Jamie Gowers - Drums


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