Finally out, after six years in the making, Vestige & Vigil is truly a distillation of life in the modern age, made timeless by the deep truths conveyed in the work, whether by word or by note. I sat down with William and Sarah Rose Faith to find out more about the album, the band, and the world of The Bellwether Syndicate.

What a cool name for a band. Does it have any deeper meaning, or is it simply a great name?

William: Thanks! The meaning can be taken at face value: Bellwether, meaning a leader or indicator of trends, and Syndicate meaning a group of individuals or organizations combined to promote some common interest. In a nutshell, it suggests that we’re here to show you what tomorrow looks like…

read the full interview at The Big Takeover

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