Two weeks ago, Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness debuted a brand new song, “Paper Rain,” live. Following “Ohio,” “Teenage Rockstars,” and “Blue Vacation,” it’s the fourth new song we’ve heard from his upcoming third album, Upside Down Flowers. Today, fans can hear the album version of the song, a full week before the record finally drops.
“Paper Rain” is a mid-tempo, atmospheric song that paints a story with beautiful imagery. The new audio offers a new side to the song than the live performance we first heard. The percussion is strong, a driving force like a train engine. Andrew’s voice has a distorted, echoed effect that lends “Paper Rain” a nostalgic vibe. This song sounds similar to “Canyon Moon” from the self-titled debut Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness album.
Listen to “Paper Rain” below:
“Paper Rain” appears on Andrew McMahon’s upcoming album, Upside Down Flowers, out on November 16th. It’s his third Wilderness album, following the 2014 self-titled debut and last year’s Zombies On Broadway.
You can pre-order the album on iTunes now and get instant downloads of “Ohio,” “Teenage Rockstars,” “Blue Vacation,” and “Paper Rain.” You should also check out the two special bundles available on the official Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness store. Find all pre-order options here.
After Upside Down Flowers comes out, you’ll also want to see Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness live. From January through March, the band will trek across the United States. Find tour dates and tickets now and get your spot while it’s still available!
Enjoy the new official audio of “Paper Rain,” and get ready for the rest of Upside Down Flowers, out in just one week on November 16th. Keep checking back here for all the latest Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness news.
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