New Burntfield Album Released!

New Burntfield Album Released!

Impermanence is the sophomore album from the Dutch/Finnish band and follows on from the successful 2018 debut Hereafter.

There are eight powerful songs mixing heartfelt lyrics with magical melodies to convey the fragility of existence and the loss of innocence as seen through the eyes of Juho Myllylä.

We are also delighted to have Impermanence as our first ever official PGR vinyl.

This is only one of the bundles available from our exclusive online store.

Impermanence

12 November 2021.


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