Vinyl LP pressing. The Early November's first album since 2015's Imbue and fifth full-length effort overall, Lilac represents a shift towards a more pop-centric sound while preserving the raw vulnerability that the band has become known for. "Lilac started with the idea of trying to help someone. I was losing sleep over it, and it got really heavy for me. There were times when I got lost in wishing that things would get better," admits lead singer Ace Enders. "But over time it became a reflection of the idea that it's okay to be dark, it's okay to feel like you're at the bottom. Sometimes you dig these deep holes for yourself - you just have to realise it's up to you to get out if it." Featuring shimmering lead single "Hit By A Car (In Euphoria)."
Vinyl LP pressing. The Early November's first album since 2015's Imbue and fifth full-length effort overall, Lilac represents a shift towards a more pop-centric sound while preserving the raw vulnerability that the band has become known for. "Lilac started with the idea of trying to help someone. I was losing sleep over it, and it got really heavy for me. There were times when I got lost in wishing that things would get better," admits lead singer Ace Enders. "But over time it became a reflection of the idea that it's okay to be dark, it's okay to feel like you're at the bottom. Sometimes you dig these deep holes for yourself - you just have to realise it's up to you to get out if it." Featuring shimmering lead single "Hit By A Car (In Euphoria)."
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Format: Vinyl
Label: RISE
Rel. Date: 11/15/2019
UPC: 4050538529050

Lilac
Artist: Early November
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. The Early November's first album since 2015's Imbue and fifth full-length effort overall, Lilac represents a shift towards a more pop-centric sound while preserving the raw vulnerability that the band has become known for. "Lilac started with the idea of trying to help someone. I was losing sleep over it, and it got really heavy for me. There were times when I got lost in wishing that things would get better," admits lead singer Ace Enders. "But over time it became a reflection of the idea that it's okay to be dark, it's okay to feel like you're at the bottom. Sometimes you dig these deep holes for yourself - you just have to realise it's up to you to get out if it." Featuring shimmering lead single "Hit By A Car (In Euphoria)."