The term “supergroup” may come with a lot of baggage – perhaps thoughts of prog-rock excesses from times past – but I can assure you that when I level such a term at The Pull of Autumn, thoughts of keyboard players dressed as wizards (Yes, I’m looking at you Mr. Wakeman), lear jets and stage sets the size of a small planet, are not on the agenda.

The Pull of Autumn is a collaborative band project based around Johanna’s House Glamour’s Daniel Darrow but…

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