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EUSTON

2014

1. The Artist In The Wrong World

2. London

3. Halley’s Comet

4.  Terminal B

5. Sleeper

6. Goodnight, Portland

7. Smile

8. Junebug

9. The Transpennine Express

10. Trainspotting Extras

ALBUM RELEASE

The first release of the trilogy, Euston, was released in 2014 to favorable reviews. Ben Meiklejohn of Mainley Media says it “sounds like R.E.M. would sound like if they were downgraded from being a spectacle arena-rock band to being a small folk-rock band performing in a cafE.”

Mark Curdo, DJ for WCYY and contributing writer for Maine Magazine, says Euston “delivers vintage, old-school college rock- from back when college radio was at its finest”. Euston also received positive reviews in the UK. One track from that album, Goodnight, Portland, was recently named “Single of the Week” on Salford City Radio and members of An Overnight Low are a regular on 106.6 FM in Manchester.

CRITICAL RECEPTION

"WE HEAR THE BAND’S TIGHT HARMONIES IN FULL FLIGHT AND ULTIMATELY, IT IS HERE THAT WE CAN GET THE STRONGEST SENSE OF THE ALBUM’S SENTIMENT– THAT WHILE THE ROAD MAY BE A LONELY PLACE, PERHAPS WHAT WE’RE MOST SEARCHING FOR IS SOMEWHERE THAT MIGHT FEEL LIKE HOME SO THAT, AT LONG LAST, ONE’S JOURNEY CAN BE AT AN END,”

Paolo Mizerna
Gascan Magazine

“THE RESULTING SONG CYCLE THAT MAKES UP THE ALBUM PLAYS LIKE A GREAT ROAD MOVIE, AND HITS ALL THE ESSENTIAL ROAD MOVIE BULLET POINTS ALONG THE WAY, INCLUDING LOST LOVES, FADING FRIENDSHIPS, LONELINESS TINGED WITH EXCITEMENT, TRAVEL IN GENERAL AND THE CHARACTERS ONE MEETS ALONG THE WAY ON ANY JOURNEY,”

Rick Johnson
Portland Press Herald