Purson Streaming Full New Album “The Circle And The Blue Door”

London-based quintet Purson is currently streaming debut album, “The Circle and The Blue Door,” in its entirety via Spin.com here.

The 11-song album is set for an April 30th release via Metal Blade/Rise Above Records. Pre-orders of “The Circle and The Blue Door” are available via Metal Blade at this location. Purson will make the band’s debut U.S. performances this fall with tour dates forthcoming.

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Purson Streaming New Song “Well Spoiled Machine”

Female-fronted U.K. Purson has premiered the song “Well Spoiled Machine” today via Pitchfork.com. Check out the song over at this location.

The London based band’s debut album, “The Circle and The Blue Door,” is set for an April 30th release via Metal Blade/Rise Above Records. The previously posted song “Spiderwood Farm” is also available at this location.

Pre-orders for “The Circle and The Blue Door” are available via Metal Blade now. Purson will make the band’s debut U.S. performances this fall, with tour dates forthcoming.

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Purson Unveils New Album “The Circle And The Blue Door” Artwork

Led by enigmatic vocalist/guitarist Rosalie Cunningham, England’s Purson is poised to erupt on the international underground with new album, “The Circle and the Blue Door.” The artwork is now available and can be viewed below.

The lead single, “Leaning on a Bear,” is streaming now through Metal Blade, where fans can also secure pre-orders. “The Circle and the Blue Door” is slated for release in North America on April 30th.

“Leaning on a Bear” has also been transformed into a new music video by director Chris Martin. The video can be found here.

Rosalie Cunningham elaborates on the video: “We found this great place in Brixton, South London called Cafe Cairo that looks as though it has been transplanted there from the souk in Marrakesh. It was just perfect for a Purson video, so we invited some friends along, hung out, and played. Chris Martin shot and edited the video and my brother, William, treated the footage and added the trippy effects”.

Purson is:
Rosalie Cunningham – Vocals, Lead Guitar
George Hudson – Guitars
Samuel Shove – Organ, Mellotron, Wurlitzer
Barnaby Maddick – Bass, BVs
Jack Hobbs – Drums

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