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Trans-Mountaineer - Listen & Download Now!

A transcendentalist, scientific yet spiritual thought experiment about falling in love with one's self; Trans-Mountaineer is an epic 17-track full-length album. Jonny originally released a demo version of Trans-Mountaineer in 2012 before forming his band, In Autumn. Expressed through the vessel of an honest, folksy voice accompanied by acoustic guitar and passionate harmonica solos, and featuring the bass, aggressive drumming, and Post-Rock-textured electric guitar licks of the members of In Autumn; The 2017 Trans-Mountaineer is a powerful, in-depth revisiting of the 2012 demo.




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