LA based rock band The World Over have announced a brand new acoustic re-imagining EP entitled Ventifact will be out November 17th. This fan-inspired EP is a mirrored image of their 2016 smash, Mountains but re-imagined as an acoustic release giving the band a new sound, style, and feel for their beloved tunes. After a year of touring and much critical acclaim, The World Over have crafted a new rendition of their fan favorite EP, Mountains, which included single “Let Go,” into a masterful 5-track acoustic EP. The 5-track acoustic EP was produced, recorded, engineered and mixed by Ryan Knecht, and mastered by Siegfried Meier at Beach Road Studios. The band expands on the significance of Ventifact, below:
“Ventifact was created as a tribute to both fans and our latest EP, Mountains. Mountains changed a lot things for the better within the band, changing our sound completely to cast a wider net to music listeners all the while trying to sound unique, heavy, and inspired. We feel as if it was a new beginning for us and we wanted to honour that with an acoustic reimagining of it, taking it one step further. Ventifact came together very smoothly and naturally being the first original music we’ve ever self produced. Each song is meticulously crafted to sound fresh but also familiar.”
The single release off of The World Over’s new acoustic record, “VENTIFACT” – a revisitation of their previous EP, “MOUNTAINS”. ——————————————————— @tiadayball: I initially wrote this song to see if I could write about a subject matter I’m not really familiar with.