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A couple years back Beta Bursts emerged from seemingly nowhere and quickly released a 5 song E.P which demonstrated the bands affinity for melody, punk, folk and a unique ability to blend elements from these genres in a way which did seemed forced or contrived, in fact it worked.
Since that E.P when the boys were just getting their feet wet the band has been busy, performing, playing and most importantly writing. As a band that is known by friends to be one that possesses this insatiable desire to always be creating newer and better songs. In the past couple years, many unreleased songs exist in the catacombs of their minds, and so it was decided that the first step in unleashing what the band wants to represent was to release an acoustic album which lead Jesse Butler has described as an introduction. "The (acoustic) album shows our advancement as a band but I see it as serving a much greater function. When I reading a book the ones which captivate me the most are the ones which have an introduction which is not abrasive or quick paced. I believe an intro's purpose is to provide a context and background, a setup for the story that is about to be told. To me the acoustic album does just that and will hopefully have the same effect on listeners that a good intro in a book has on me".
Beta Bursts debut album "Trials and Apparitions" is set to be released within the next two months however Butler has subtly implied that that may not be the next Beta Bursts thing to hit the airwaves, no further comments on this prospect have been made.