Tacoma, Washington’s Enumclaw announces their sophomore album ‘Home in Another Life’, out August 30th. The news of the band’s forthcoming LP also announces their signing to renowned Boston-based label Run For Cover Records.


Celebrating the signing and the announcement of their new album, indie rockers Enumclaw also share new single Change. The song is the first taste of what fans can expect from ‘Home In Another Life’, paired with a heartwarming video directed by frequent collaborator John C. Peterson. Watch the video here.


Co-produced by Ben Zaidi and Enumclaw, ‘Home in Another Life’ is the natural expansion of the high-octane rock foundation the band built with their widely-praised 2022 debut album ‘Save The Baby’. Across the eleven tracks of ‘Home in Another Life’, vocalist and principle songwriter Aramis Johnson opens his chest cavity for louder, resolute songs written to pour out of basement shows and reverberate through stadiums in equal measure. With uncomplicated songwriting that crystallizes distinct feelings – ashing cigarettes on the kitchen counter to incite a reaction or finding truth at the bottom of a beer can – anthemic guitar riffs, and an electric energy, Aramis and the band have made their most resonant body of work to-date. ‘Home in Another Life’ brings the world to Tacoma rather than the other way around. Enumclaw is rounded out by guitarist Nathan Cornell, drummer Ladaniel Gipson, bassist (and Aramis’ younger brother) Eli Edwards.


Save The Baby’ was followed up by the EP ‘These Are Some B-Sides’, which was produced by Chaz Bear (Toro y Moi) and acts as a natural bridge between the band’s debut and their impending sophomore album. In the time since the release of ‘Save The Baby’, Enumclaw has criss-crossed North America performing across the continent to serve fans in both major markets and small towns that are often overlooked on routed tour runs. Last week, the band released a trailer for a tour documentary recounting their first tour run overseas and all the beauty, discomfort and freedom that comes with it.


Enumclaw joined forces with Australia’s own ARIA award-winning duo, Flight Facilities, in May for the infectious single Days Of The Week, which also came paired with a video by John C. Peterson that found placement on ABC’s Rage. Watch here.



Changes is out now and streaming everywhere. The ‘Home in Another Life’ album will be available Friday August 30 via Run For Cover Records & Cooking Vinyl Australia, pre-orders live now.


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1. I’m Scared I’ll End Up All Alone
2. Not Just Yet
3. Sink
4. Spots
5. I Still Feel Bad About Masturbation
6. Haven’t Seen The Family In A While, I’m Sorry
7. Grocery Store
8. Change
9. Fall Came Too Soon And Now I Wanna Throw Up
10. This Light Of Mine
11. I Want Somethings For Myself



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