Mostly Autumn


Mostly Autumn saw its origins in the mind of Bryan Josh in the early 1990s but did not come to fruition until 1998. That was the year that he recruited Heather Findlay, Iain Jennings, Liam Davison, Angela Goldthorpe, Jonathan Blackmore and Andy Smith to create the group.
They quickly began playing gigs and released For All We Shared as a tribute Josh's late father Rob. The group's live show and blend of progressive and atmospheric rock with Celtic sounds began to draw a lot of attention. This attention earned them a contract with G.F.T. Cyclops who issued For All We Shared, and the follow up, The Spirit Of Autumn Past. Their third album, The Last Bright Light came in 2001. Their DVD release The Story So Far was released on Classic Rock Productions. 2002 saw them release Music Inspired by the Lord of the Rings, also on Classic Rock Productions.  
The band continued to release albums steadily and currently have 9 studio releases.  2010 saw their latest album release, Go Well Diamond Heart and also saw the departure of Heather Findlay for Olivia Sparnenn.