As It Is have been releasing reimagined versions of their 2018 album in a series of EPs and they’re finally dropping the final installment.
The latest in the series, Acceptance: Reimagined, features reimagined versions of “The Haunting,” “The Hurt, The Hope” and “The End” to cap it all off.
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Starting this March, the band have been reworking The Great Depression into different styles. They started with Denial: Reimagined and then in May they dropped Anger: Reimagined, followed by Bargaining: Reimagined. Each record contains three tracks with the band describing them as “an elaborate and eclectic reinterpretation of our most ambitious and important record to date.”
Now, they’re dropping Acceptance: Reimagined marking the last recording from guitarist Ben Langford-Biss. The guitarist is moving on from the band but will be on the “Ben Today, Gone Tomorrow” tour this month.
You can check out the entire thing below.
The band are currently on tour as of November 4 and will be on the road until the 15th. You can see the dates below.
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