Autopilot fire up the retro rockets with their supersonic cover of the Cure classic In Between Days — showcasing today on Tinnitist.
The Saskatchewan power trio’s latest offering shatters the speakers and takes flight, delivering its lament of love lost with a massive guitar-rock punch. More than just a fuzzed-out rock throwback, their revamp of the post-punk classic is a welcome return for a group forced to hit pause during 2020.
“Everything we’ve learned is on the table for 2022 and beyond,” say the band, who are putting the finishing touches on their forthcoming album. “We’re casting our net wider, and going all in. We’re never content to sit still or play it safe.”
Notably recognized for their debut release Afterglow (2018), Autopilot — dubbed one of the hardest working bands in the country — have acquired fans and critical success through their appearances at Canadian Music Week, Indie Week, AYE Fest, Fairfield Revival and more. Additionally, the band earned the Best Rock/Pop Artist nod at the 2019 Saskatchewan Music Awards. Along with tracks that take up residence on your playlists, Autopilot are known for their electrifying, well-crafted live show.