Formed in 2009, the band plays short, catchy, primitive garage rock songs tightly packaged in hypnotic, danceable riffs, killer-kitten vocals and pummeling drums. Initially unleashed to unsuspecting crowds at Kingsland house parties, Autumn Splendour have now shared bills with The Drab Doo Riffs, Mothers of Darkness and Street Chant.
In 2011 Autumn Splendour released their debut six track EP available only on 7” vinyl. Unimpressed by the lifeless sound of earlier demos recorded in Pro Tools, the band decided to record the EP in a more analogue fashion. They recorded with Alex Bennett on the same tape machine that Nirvana used on Bleach and got Karl Steven (Supergroove, Drab Doo-Riffs) to master it.