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WAVERLEY

2017

1. My European Flat

2. Spirits in the Dwelling

3. Tonight She Sings for You

4.  Jazz Held the Traffic Back

5. The World Hears Gold

6. Centipede

7. Some City Center Phone Call

8. Iodine

9. Dandelion

ALBUM RELEASE

With producer/engineer Jonathan Wyman again at the helm, Waverley, the trilogy’s third installment, found An Overnight Low exploring new sonic landscapes. Lyrically, Waverley continued where Piccadilly had left off, exploring old ghosts and demons in the wonderful city of Edinburgh, Scotland.

The Maine Edge’s Mike Dow promptly declared Waverley to be “An Overnight Low’s most musically varied and richly-produced collection yet,” and WCYY’s Mark Curdo added that “They make music on Waverley that’s intelligent, which goes back to their Beatle influences.” David Gray from Salford City Radio offered what was probably the best summation: “Waverley is a really uplifting collection of songs, even in those moments when it is dealing with darker themes. It’s a truly mature collaboration between musicians who are still in touch with their inner child, and so are bold enough to name life’s games, and free enough to have fun.”

“Waverley is An Overnight Low’s most musically varied and richly-produced collection yet,” (Maine Edge, Mike Dow).

CRITICAL RECEPTION

“WAVERLEY IS A REALLY UPLIFTING COLLECTION OF SONGS, EVEN IN THOSE MOMENTS WHEN IT IS DEALING WITH DARKER THEMES. IT’S A TRULY MATURE COLLABORATION BETWEEN MUSICIANS WHO ARE STILL IN TOUCH WITH THEIR INNER CHILD – SO ARE BOLD ENOUGH TO NAME LIFE’S GAMES AND FREE ENOUGH TO HAVE FUN,”
David Gray
Salford City Radio, UK
“I FEEL THAT THIS GROUP IS REALLY A GROUP AND CONSEQUENTLY, THE SOUND OF THIS RECORD IS WAY DIFFERENT AND, DARE I SAY, MORE UNIQUE… EVERYTHING ON WAVERLY WAS PLAYED BY THE BAND AS IT STANDS AND THAT PUTS A UNIQUE SIGNATURE ON IT,”
Jonathan Wyman
Halo Studio
“They make music on Waverley that’s intelligent, goes back to their Beatle influences and really good 80’s and 90’s college rock… Chad Walls and the crew make some cool records,”
WCYY
Spinout
“The three albums, named after train stations he frequented Euston, Piccadilly and now Waverley, wrap up the package with more clever songs that will please anyone who loved that amazing college rock we got from the later 80s into the early 90s (REM, The Posies, Blur),”
Mark Curdo
The Phoenix
“WAVERLEY BUILDS ON THE THEMES OF TRAVEL AND IDENTITY AND STARTED WITH EUSTON AND PICCADILLY, THE BAND’S FIRST TWO ALBUMS,”
Grant McPherson
The Courier