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Vinyl LP pressing. 2018 release, the fifth album from Roanoke, VA-based indie rock band Eternal Summers. "I've never thought too hard about what our albums should sound like before they are written. I just trust instinct to lead the way." That is the philosophy of Nicole Yun of Eternal Summers. And if you haven't heard of Eternal Summers, you'll have a lot of catching up to do. Having formed in 2009, Eternal Summers has now been operating as the trio of Nicole Yun, Daniel Cundiff and Jonathan Woods longer then they did as a duo without Jonathan. With several previous releases, there has already been a lot said about Eternal Summers music. From the crafty minimalism on their debut Silver, to the dream punk sheen on 2012's breakout Correct Behavior, to the guitar driven power on The Drop Beneath, the evolution of Eternal Summers marks a band that embraces both anthemic rock and bittersweet ballads - a band that is grounded in jangle pop but with an added depth that rewards on repeated listens.