Melodic tech-rock quintet FIRST SIGNS OF FROST are streaming their new EP The Shape Of Things To Come ahead of its release on the 11th August via Basick Records.

You can listen to the EP in full exclusively via the label here:

Pre-orders of The Shape Of Things To Come are also available here:

"Over the past two years we have been quietly and solidly working away to bring something different to the table, a record that not only reflects who we are and the history of the band, but more importantly showcases our future," says frontman Daniel Lawrence. "The Shape Of Things To Come is as poignant an EP title as possible, it is the first of many releases we have planned in the near future and we cannot wait to share this with fans old and new. We hope you enjoy this record as much as have bringing it to life."

Drawing influence from the likes of DeftonesTool and Glassjaw, London's First Signs Of Frost push the boundaries with their unique blend of technical instrumentation, epic soundscapes and anthemic vocal melodies. 

2015 saw the band resurface after a six year hiatus, having initially disbanded after the departure of vocalist Daniel Tompkins. With a fresh line-up the band have bounced back with a new lease of life, expanding and moulding their sound to showcase more groove and ambience than ever before. 

Throughout their career First Signs Of Frost have toured with and supported names including Deaf Havana, Enter Shikari, ArchitectsYou Me At SixWe Are The OceanSenses Fail and Devil Sold His Soul. Keep your eyes peeled for live dates in 2017.  

First Signs Of Frost are:

Vocals - Daniel Lawrence
Guitar/Backing vocals - Owen Hughes-Holland
Guitar - Adam Mason
Bass - Andy C Saxton
Drums - Alex Harford

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