1971 Announce Final Release
Indie punk and post-punk outfit, 1971, announce details of their final, and forthcoming recordings via Art of the Uncarved Block.
The reason for the forthcoming EP release, scheduled for December this year and given the title ‘No Matter Where You Go, There You Are’ is due to the tragic death of bassist and founding member of 1971, not to mention close friend, Cameron Glen Cranston who suddenly passed away in the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre, Canada, at the age of twenty-five. The EP is therefore to honour their former bandmate after the decision was made to no longer continue as 1971.
In the band’s own words they had this to say regarding Cameron Glen Cranston and the upcoming new EP.
“We really hope this release properly puts this band to rest and we hope it touches some people who might have experienced something similar to what we went through. Cameron was a great musician and an inspiration to a lot of people he knew. He deserves to be heard and remembered.”
You can hear the track ‘Anxiety (In The Depths Of Northwestern Ontario)’, taken from the new EP, right here at Famous Last Words (FLW)
Expect to see ‘No Matter Where You Go, There You Are’ on cassette and 7″ vinyl via Art of the Uncarved Block December 1st 2017.