THREE SEASONS Stream “Drowning” From New Album

Three Seasons release their new album called "Glow" on May 17th

Three Seasons premiere the first single for Drowning, taken from their upcoming album titled Grow due on May 17th via Transubstans Records. Hear it below.

Swedish acid rockers THREE SEASONS have been famed by fans and media for their genuine yet original 60s/70s sound, and there’s no wonder why – with the muscular riffs, grooving rhythms and really tasty solos, the band has found the perfect approach to the hard-hitting psychedelic, jammy blues rock from the past. And if their earlier work got you going (or perhaps ”brought forth rivers of tears of joy in the eyes of music consumers and loudspeakers”, as one reviewer thought), the band’s upcoming full-length album is guaranteed to get you going even more.

The band has certainly set the bar very high for this one. Past releases LIFE’S ROAD, ESCAPE and UNDERSTAND THE WORLD have recieved lots of full scores in reviews from all over the world, and also been crowned as top albums of the years by sites like Cometa RockRock Garage and many others. The Spanish Magazine Rock The Best Music went even further – according to them, the debut album is one of the best 70′s-style records of the whole century!

The CDs and vinyls of the band have also been sold out and re-pressed due to the big demand. This was not unexpected though, as these records have reached the official album charts several times.

After long tours through countries like Spain, Germany and Poland – which have brought full houses and even more great reviews – the band has also established themselves as one of the really noteworthy live acts of today. In the plans right now are further tours in Europe and appearances at grand festivals in connection to the new release.

Long story short: THREE SEASONS are certainly set to be among the musical highlights of 2014.

Nikola Savić is a prog enthusiast, blogger and author, in addition to being the founder of Prog Sphere, Progify, ProgLyrics and the ongoing Progstravaganza compilation series.

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