The Gantry | Years And Years

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Years And Years

by The Gantry

Debut album from Queens, NY indie-rock-folk band!
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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2. Henry
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5. Trouble
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6. Mary
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7. Doors
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8. April
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10. Confessions
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Years and Years is the debut album from Queens, NY based indie-rock band The Gantry. The band was started in the fall of 2011 after the completion of front man Kevin Goldhahn’s self titled solo EP. Guitarist Jeff Kay and bassist Tim Cornish joined Kevin on the album and decided to continue onward and started gigging regularly around NYC playing countless acoustic shows with heavy vocal 3-part harmonies.

The band quickly evolved from an acoustic/vocal harmony act to a full 4-piece rock band with the addition of Justin Storer on drums. After writing some songs and playing some shows, the band decided to start recording an album in March of 2012 with their friend and producer Brandon Wilde.

While recording and gigging in the summer of 2012, Justin Storer departed for Virginia and the band brought on board their current full time drummer, Adam Knobloch (aka Knobby). The band took a short tour to Nashville, TN in October 2012 to promote their upcoming album and in November 2012, Years and Years was ready to go.

The band is excited for you to listen to their new album and plans on playing as many shows as possible and going on tour in the Spring of 2013. Enjoy this album and look forward to more to come!


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