East Coast folk ensemble share second single from forthcoming full-length. Listen to ‘Glory of Love’.
It’s been a long time since The Olympic Symphonium have released a new album. About three and a half years to be precise. Chance To Fate, the band’s fourth album came out in 2014. And over the past few years, the group have kept a pretty low profile playing only a handful of shows each year as members work to maintain balance between day jobs, families, commitments to other projects and organizing Fredericton’s annual Shivering Songs Festival.
Over the past year the group have been working on new material and in October they shared the first single from their upcoming album scheduled for release in 2018.
Coat of Arms, the first new music by the band in more than three years was released as part of Forward Music Group’s 17/18 sampler, available as a free download via the label’s website. And today, the band posted single number two – Glory of Love – a dreamy, 70s sounding narrative that conjures up images of summer road trips, long, lingering sunsets, and trips to your favourite swimming hole. Have a listen.