Whiskey Autumn is an indie doo-wop rock power trio from Boulder, CO. Their new record, Call You Mine, was released on April 4, 2015. This is the second EP the band has released within the past year. Call You Mine displays Whiskey Autumn expanding upon the '60s pop and Americana leanings of their previous EP, Into Something New, in what is their most confident work yet.
Founded by Greg Laut in 2011, Whiskey Autumn began as a bedroom folk project. The debut album, Until the End of Days, was released later that year. As time passed and ambitions grew, Laut recruited bassist David Landry and drummer Matty Schelling into the fold.
With the new lineup came a new musical aesthetic. While the folk sensibilities of the first record remained, influences ranging from 1960's pop and R&B to 1990's rock crept into the new songs. Taking advantage of each band member's singing ability, close group harmonies became commonplace. The revamped Whiskey Autumn released a 4 song EP in 2014 entitled, Into Something New.
Invigorated by the possibilities of crafting songs within the studio, Whiskey Autumn went straight to work on a followup EP, Call You Mine. The band plans to release a music video to accompany the first single, My Dear Miss Claire, in late April.