Ned and Vedantha originally met whilst studying at Cambridge and after countless nights spent honing their skills, they graduated and moved to London. There they met Jordan, a classical violist, studying at the Royal Academy of Music. The three formed as August and After, and after many sold-out London shows, a Ronnie Scott’s residency and several European tours, they travelled to Paris to record their debut album, Cascades.
This album saw the birth of their lead single Wolves, showcasing the trio’s trademark three-part harmonies and intricate orchestration. Click here to listen.
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