Tales Of Autumn sign with Enso Music Management
Written by JayRock on 8th July 2019
Enso Music Management recently announced that they have recently signed Brighton based band Tales Of Autumn.
Formed in Brighton back in 2014, progressive rock four-piece Tales of Autumn have spent the last four years slowly cultivating their sound into a beautiful albeit explosive offering. Working tirelessly, the band opted not to hit the live circuit until they had the right players. With the current line up in place, made up of Stefanos Karantonis (Vocals & Guitars), Tom Kiggins (Guitars), Jordan Dann (Drums) and Nick Horton (Bass), the band began building up a name as a ferocious live beast.
Metal Meyhem Radio were first introduced to Tales Of Autumn at the band’s second ever gig at Bar 42 in early 2017 where they supported the album launch of another local band Small Town Silence.
Since that time, Tales Of Autumn have played numerous gigs across the South Coast, including many for Littlehampton based promoter LARS Promotions, and were also appeared at the last show, this past Friday (5th).
The band released their debut album “In Madness We Trust” in spring 2018, in which Metal Meyhem Radio’s Squirrel and JayRock sat and spoke to Stefanos, Tom and Jordan about the inspiration behind the album (Nick was unable to make it that day!!).
Enso Music Management are a UK based promotions and artist management company formed in 2013 by Managing Director Rachael Harrision, and leads a team of dedicated professionals who always put the needs of the artist first.
Of the signing, Enso Music Management said;
We are thrilled to announce the sublime band TALES OF AUTUMN to the roster,
We were first introduced to these guys a couple years ago in their hometown of Brighton, and we have been following their progression ever since, 2017 they graced the new blood stage at Bloodstock festival, and we could see these guys going far. professional, tight, and beautifully heavy!
Here’s the lead track from their current album, which is a conceptual theme around mental health.
The album is available on all major digital platforms,
“Darkly intriguing, lyrically harrowing and musically impressive Tales Of Autumn have captured the bleakness of the dying season perfectly.“ – Musipedia Of Metal