Monks of Mellonwah Three Piece Debut Album

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The indie quartet from Sydney, Australia, Monks of Mellonwah, released the second part of their three piece EP last month.

The first part, "Ghost Stories", became available in June and their newest part, "Afraid to Die" just became available in early October. The entirety of the album is titled "Turn The People".

""Turn The People" finds the Monks experimenting and truly showcasing the bold new sound they've developed over the past year of touring, writing and studio work", a recent press release on the Monks of Mellonwah's release stated.

"Rock, electronic and strong pop sensibility infuse this offering."

The rising band has been signed to A&R Worldwide, a label who is also in charge of big names in the alternative rock genre, including Muse and Coldplay.

Monks of Mellonwah also won the Best International Rock Band at the LA Music Awards and AIM Music Awards. There is much in store for this upcoming indie band - and you can get all the scoop here!

Monks of Mellonwah have a lot in store for the upcoming months. The band, with musical influences including Led Zeppelin, Muse, Pink Floyd and Red Hot Chili Peppers, just finished working on the production of their debut full-length album.

The full-length album, as said before, is in three parts. The first two parts have been released, and the third part will be released at a "to be determined" date.

Aside from being signed on by A&R Worldwide, the band plans to tour around both Australia and the United States. To download the first two parts of "Turn The People", follow the BandCamp link below: