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Goth Metal Singer-Songwriter A. A. Williams Announces New Album, Drops Gloomy New Single

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Goth-metal artist A. A. Williams has officially announced her second album, and has dropped a new single to boot.

As The Moon Rests, Williams’ follow-up to 2020’s Forever Blue, comes out October 7th via Bella Union. The album is already available for preorder.

Says Williams of the record:

“Traditionally, your second album is the worry; where there’s the weight of expectation. But I must create music I like myself, and I’ve had more time on this record; I’ve felt more confidence and conviction. As The Moon Rests is both heavier and softer, there’s more texture and weight, and a string ensemble. It’s Forever Blue times ten!”

The first single for the album, “Evaporate,” comes via a black-and-white music video that tells the tale of love gone wrong. You can check it out below, and keep scrolling for album details. Meanwhile, catch A. A. Williams at one of her upcoming live shows:

A.A. Williams Festival dates:

Friday 10th June – Donington – Download Festival
Friday 24th June – Clisson – Hellfest
Saturday 9th July – Birmingham – Supersonic 2022
Wednesday 13th July – Bontida – Electric Castle
Thursday 14th July – Budapest – Reflektor Festival
Thursday 18th August – Bristol – Arctangent Festival
Saturday 8th October – Barcelona – AMFest

A. A. Williams As The Moon Rests headline shows:

Saturday 17th September – London – Queen Elizabeth Hall
Sunday 13th November – Leeds – Brudenell Social Club
Monday 14th November – Milton Keynes – Craufurd Arms
Tuesday 15th November – Birmingham – Hare & Hounds
Wednesday 16th November – Cardiff – Clwb Ifor Bach
Thursday 17th November – Falmouth – Cornish Bank
Friday 18th November – Bristol – Thekla
Saturday 19th November – Dunkerque – Les 4 Ecluses
Sunday 20th November – Savigny Le Temple – L’empreinte
Tuesday 22nd November – Nantes – Le Ferrailleur
Wednesday 23rd November – Rouen – Le 106
Thursday 24th November – Lyon – Hard Rock Café
Friday 25th November – Metz – L’aerogare
Saturday 26th November – Strasbourg – La Laiterie
Sunday 27th November – Duffel – Cinema Plaza
Monday 28th November – Tilburg – Hall Of Fame
Wednesday 30th November – Hamburg – Hafenklang
Thursday 1st December – Copenhagen – Vega
Friday 2nd December – Aalborg – 1000FRYD
Sunday 4th December – Bergen – Landmark
Monday 5th December – Oslo – Bla
Tuesday 6th December – Stockholm – Hus7
Thursday 8th December – Helsinki – Kuudes Linja
Saturday 10th December – Gdansk – Drizzly Grizzly
Sunday 11th December – Warsaw – Hydrozagadka
Monday 12th December – Krakow – Hol
Tuesday 13th December – Wroclaw – Akademia
Wednesday 14th December – Berlin – Urban Spree
Friday 16th December – Milan – Bloom
Saturday 17th December – Lucerne – Sedel
Sunday 18th December – Munich – Kranhalle
Monday 19th December – Frankfurt – Brotfabrik
Tuesday 20th December – Cologne – Buhmann & Sohn
Wednesday 21st December – Haarlem – Patronaat

A. A. Williams’ As The Moon Rests:

  1. Hollow Heart
  2. Evaporate
  3. Murmurs
  4. Pristine
  5. Shallow Water
  6. For Nothing
  7. Golden
  8. The Echo
  9. Alone In The Deep
  10. Ruin (Let Go)
  11. As The Moon Rests
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