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PICCADILLY

2015

1. Dragonfly

2. Magellan with a Timetable

3. A Picture of Paris

4.  To Travel Hopefully

5. Albert’s Square

6. Architecture

7. Strange and Singular

8. Finally, I’m a Postcard

9. That Light’s Gone Out

10. Terminal C

ALBUM RELEASE

Piccadilly  debuted at #1 in the BullMoose Top 10 Local Releases when it arrived in November 2015 and also received positive reviews.

“The Portland band An Overnight Low delivers the catchy smart-pop and indie-rock grit you’re craving — plus a handy new album to take home, Piccadilly,” (The Bollard).

“After listening to their latest CD, Piccadilly, I can’t help but agree. It’s the energetic, yet thoughtful and well-paced road-trip folk soundtrack that you’ve been looking for.” (Portland Phoenix, Francis Flisiuk).

An Overnight Low added Tina Murphy (vocals, keys, guitar) during the doldrums of their Maine winter to round out their live sound and continue the journey to Waverley.  On March 9th, 2016, An Overnight Low gathered to construct and rehearse the next leg.

CRITICAL RECEPTION

“IF YOU DON’T LIKE THOUGHTFUL, ENERGETIC, INSPIRATIONAL MUSIC THAT LIGHTS UP YOUR SOUL – WHATEVER YOU DO DON’T LISTEN TO THE PICCADILLY ALBUM FROM AN OVERNIGHT LOW,”

Punk Monk
Salford City Radio, UK

“MANCHESTER’S DICHOTOMY IS REPRESENTED ON PICCADILLY’S DIVERSE LINEUP OF SONGS. FROM THE CHRISTMAS MARKETS OF “ALBERT SQUARE” TO THE ENGLISH MUSIC-HALL OF “FINALLY, I’M A POSTCARD” TO THE OBSERVATIONAL PASSENGER IN “TO TRAVEL HOPEFULLY,” THE ALBUM IS A ROCK PHOTO COLLAGE AS SEEN THROUGH THE EYES OF A PART-TIME RESIDENT… PICCADILLY IS ONE OF THE MOST REWARDING MAINE-MADE LISTENS OF 2015,”

Mike Dow
Maine Edge

“Albert’s Square, feels like an undiscovered Beatles demo. I’m 90% sure that Paul McCartney was stuck in Heathrow that same day. ‘Working on a record are you? Well, I’ve got this melody kicking around…”

GASCAN MAGAZINE

“Piccadilly is, naturally, a continuation of themes explored in Euston — travel, loneliness, acclimating to a new place, emotional duress, missing loved ones, among others. It’s also a musical continuation, that’s very much in keeping with the tuneful, melodic, Beatles-haunted indie pop that was present on the first album,”

Emily Stoddard-Burnham
Culture Shock