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DESTINATION: PORTLAND

Band Update, September 2022

Happy autumn, everyone! We just wanted to take a moment to let you know all that’s currently happening with An Overnight Low. The new AOL lineup (Chad and Sam, plus new members Chris Plumstead and Paul Gauer) had its first “official” gig at The Thirsty Pig in Portland on Saturday, September 18th. After a terrific opening set by singer-songwriter Shanna Underwood, the band took to the stage and played a strong set to a very receptive audience. The festive crowd enjoyed a mixture of older songs, along with selections from this year’s “Connolly, Part 2”, plus a few brand-new, as yet unreleased tracks. A great time was had by all.

When not preparing for future shows, An Overnight Low has been working on new material at Garage Mahal Recording in Westbrook. Temporarily abandoning the meticulous track-by-track recording technique used on previous albums, the band has been employing a “back to basics” approach, recording the basic tracks live in the studio. We’ll keep you posted about this new project as things develop. For those anxious to hear “new” releases, we’ve been compiling various live tracks on our Bandcamp site. This collection, dubbed “Portland”, includes recordings of local live performances dating back to the “Waverley” era.

In the weeks and months to come we’ll be adding new tracks, so be sure to check out the page regularly. That’s everything, at least for now. We hope to see you at our next live show. Details coming soon on our Facebook page!

THE SAGA CONTINUES

A MUSICAL INTERPRETATION OF LIFE ABROAD

WELCOME TO AN OVERNIGHT LOW

A MOVEMENT. A VISION.

The movement was born in 2013 as a result of a 9 hour flight delay. Maine native Chad Walls spent these hours contemplating the experiences he had whilst studying abroad in England. Newly enriched and enlightened, and with the help of incredible local talent back in Maine, Chad and his group were able to find deep connections between lessons learned and thematically weave together a unique musical interpretation of the journey abroad that reminds us what it is to be human.

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