We know The Pull of Autumn is excellent at making music out of conflicting sonic emotions. They blend the cavernous with the calm, the unrestrained with the understated, the dynamic and the delicate, and attractive music is born from such opposites. Teaming up with the Japanese dream pop outfit, Once Grace Forever was an excellent move that pushed them more towards one side of their usual sonic spectrum, leaning towards the gossamer and graceful, eschewing their often bigger, more bombastic urges….

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