MOSTLY AUTUMN is a contemporary Progressive rock group, with a style strongly influenced by folk and Celtic music. Raucous-voiced singer Brian JOSH is cleverly supported by his female alter-ego Heather FINDLAY, while on the musical side there is a perfect symbiosis between ethnic influences and electric instruments. "For All We Shared" was recorded in 1998, a year before "The Spirit Of Autumn Shared" was released. "The Last Bright Light" (2000) shows a little more their PINK FLOYD inspirations. Recorded in November 2001 within a very short period of time, "Music Inspired By The Lords Of The Rings" is not the true awaited opus but rather a respectful tribute to J.R.R. TOLKIEN's "Lord Of The Rings", a timeless masterpiece of fantasy literature. At a time when their popularity was increasing, MOSTLY AUTUMN decided to re-record and re-arrange most of their tracks. The result is "Heroes Never Die - The Anthology", an album that can perfectly be heard as a work by itself. "Catch the Spirit - The Complete Anthology" gathers this album with a second bonus CD. The band can also now be discovered live on a splendid DVD with a sublime realisation which allows viewers to see several short interviews of the musicians throughout the course of the DVD. "The Story So Far..." was recorded in 2001 by Classic Rock Legends. Changing to the label Classic Rock Legends created a renewed interest in their music by the public and allowed them to popularize their music by increasing their live CD and DVD selections. And following in their proud tradition there is now available a new album entitled "Passengers" which has surpassed all expectations with flying colors! MOSTLY AUTUMN's trademarks are today so matured that it is difficult to hear their original influences. To be equally noted is the participation of occasional musical guests including Troy DONOCKLEY (Founder-member of IONA) on the bagpipes and Damian WILSON's (LANDMARQ, THRESHOLD, AYREON...) vocals. And here, without question, is one of the most important events of 2003 ! "At The Grand Opera House" (2003) presents MOSTLY AUTUMN live in York, accompanied by the multi-instrumentalist Troy DONOCKLEY (IONA), in a quartet of strings and voices. It is an opportunity to revisit "Passengers", their most recent album, with elaborate and absolutely unique visual effects. And a special bonus: a reprise of DEEP PURPLE's "Smoke On The Water" and PINK FLOYD's "Comfortably Numb". Not only happy to be at the forefront of today's scene, MOSTLY AUTUMN continues to improve itself. Twelve months after the very good "Heart Full Of Sky" (2007), the band publishes "Glass Shadows". This majestuous piece of work still takes the road of a rock music filled with emotion, also taking the best of the group's own legacy, mixed with the excellence of maturity. Here's a remarkable collection of songs displaying various styles and textures, from the most worked-out tracks to the simple three minute pop-song. Without any doubt the best opus MOSTLY AUTUMN has ever made ! Captured during the forthcoming tour, the two volumes of "Live 2009" present the band in "concert mode". Both form the welcome companion to the current studio album, as well as a strong overview of more than a decade of music. Beyond featuring high-quality music, it also marks the end of an era, being the very last recording of Heather HINDLAY with MOSTLY AUTUMN. Her departure could have meant serious trouble for the British band: did MOSTLY AUTUMN lose its spirit ? The test of the first post-Heather FINDLAY opus will be a very important one, for sure. The title "Go Well Diamond Heart" could be interpreted as an obvious tribute to its former singer, but also as a welcome message for her replacement, Olivia SPARNENN. The latter quicky felt at ease in the band's universe, delivering great and convincing vocal parts. "Go Well Diamond Heart" is a nice continuation for MOSTLY AUTUMN, worthy of its predecessors. So, why wait any longer ? From the middle of the Nineties, MOSTLY AUTUMN built up a strong reputation on the contemporary Progressive rock scene, with a style strongly influenced by folk and Celtic music. Raucous-voiced singer Brian JOSH is cleverly supported by his female alter-ego Olivia SPARNENN, while on the musical side there is a perfect symbiosis between ethnic influences and electric instruments. The tenth album by the band, "The Ghost Moon Orchestra", is a concept-album, and is kind of like back to basics. Here you'll find plenty of acoustic guitar chords and floydian atomspheres, for our greatest pleasure. The lyrics tell of a supernatural orchestra playing out the soundtracks of our lives, and feeding off our life experiences. No doubt this next chapter in MOSTLY AUTUMN's history will end here in the most beautiful way !