Austin rock band, Ember, has been on the long winding road to earning a place on the national level in the music world. Tuesday, April 20th was another giant step on that road with the release of their debut album on a national level. The band's seven piece album, "Embrace" features the chart climbing debut single "The Deep End".
Here is a look at what you can expect from this album. First thing noticed when looking at the track list are five familiar favorites and two previously unreleased tracks, “In the Rain” and “Embrace”. As familiar as the previously released tracks may be, don’t get to comfortable with the versions you might be familiar with. Ember has revamped all the material that has been heard on previous releases, even changing the name of a track from the band’s EP “Under Pressure” known as “Overcome” to “On My Own”. The familiar favorites have been taken up to a quality level fitting for a national release, and the new songs rise to the challenge capping what is sure to prove a hit record.
If you have followed Ember long, you can see that this record is typical of the band’s ability level, and even exceeding it, taking the band to a whole new level. Mixing adrenaline pumping jams with heart string grabbing ballads, Ember has shown their worth as a national band.
Ember hosted a hometown CD release show Saturday April 24th at Wierdos Bar. The show was one to remember as the band showed up to give their hometown crowd a party fit for the live music capital of the world.
You can pick up a copy of Embrace at your local music retailer such as Walmart or Best buy or online at iTunes and amazon.com.
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