Leaving Spirit - Debut Album "Things Change"
"Each of the 13 songs on our album has its own character. Musically, we tried to underline that with different instruments like the Lap Steel guitar, mandolin, dobro, blues harp and even spoons!", says Songwriter and guitarist Florian Eppel. A recommendation for fans of blues, country and southern rock, who are still looking for the right soundtrack for the next road trip in summer!
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Leaving Spirit stands for handmade rockmusic with influences from blues-, country- and southernrock! The six young musicians from Wuerzburg, Germany present their original songs in the style of Neil Young, Eagles, Blackberry Smoke, etc. Their debut album „Things Change“ will be released on August 2nd, 2019 on all digital platforms and on CD via amazon. In addition to classic rock formation based on three guitars, bass and drums, they also use some more exotic instruments like lap steel guitar, mandolin and blues harp.
The band was founded in 2016 out of a project of a local music school in Wuerzburg. Since then they played a lot of gigs in the local area around their hometown. The band presented their first original song “Red Leaves” at „Enter the Stage“ contest of a local rock organization (WüRG e.V.) in May 2017. In the following months they played a lot of gigs at clubs and festivals in northern bavaria and began to record their debut album in 2018. They will play a small tour around Germany to support their release.
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