Folk quartet The Ghost of Paul Revere “turn heartbreak into metamorphosis” with the release of their newest studio album, Monarch, premiering today on Billboard.
The album was written with pushing the sonic envelope in mind, taking their songwriting from Portland, Maine, to Philadelphia, and to the Great Smoky Mountains. Guitarist/singer Griffin Sherry listed the key takeaway from the album as the inevitability of change. “Lovers, family, friends, instruments, sounds; they all transform with time. The key to thriving and surviving in a challenging world is to embrace those transformations,” Sherry elaborated.
Vocalist and banjo player Max Davis detailed the themes of growth and change on Monarch to Billboard. “The album is a process album. By its title it explores the conceptual ideas of growth, rebirth and metamorphosis,” Davis explained.