Eighteen years in the making, Mandala's forthcoming debut album, 'Midnight Twilight', is an exhilarating combination of western and eastern folk music, mixed with heavier forms of progressive rock, all wrapped in an early-seventies glow. Mandala was formed in London in 1997, by Rhys Marsh (voice, guitar), Francis Booth (bass) and Will Spurling (drums). After playing hundreds of concerts across Europe and North America, though never recording an album, they disbanded in 2006. Now, they're back together and are ready to present their debut album, featuring songs written during their first time around, between 1997-2005, and recorded in 2014. The main tracks were recorded live in the studio, in Autumnsongs Recording Studio in Norway, with overdubs being added both there and in London.
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