Many Places Take Listeners On A Journey Of Self-Discovery With ‘Found Atlas’

Many Places, a Chicago-based band, recently dropped their latest single, “Found Atlas,” a track filled with hope and resilience.

Created during a reflective weekend in 2021, the song carries a sense of personal discovery. With lyrics like “An atlas made to look for your own great divide”, listeners are invited to reflect on their own journey of self-fulfillment.

Lead singer Kevin Rieg, along with the band members, poured their hearts into the song, wanting to convey a sense of introspection and exploration. Recorded in a serene studio on the shores of Lake Michigan, “Found Atlas” is a testament to perseverance and creativity.

The band’s unique sound, blending indie rock with melodic storytelling, has captivated audiences since their formation in 2011 evolving from a lo-fi indie folk project. With each release, Many Places continues to evolve, promising more captivating music in 2024.

Big talent deserves a big band, and that’s just what they are! Seven in all for this track, the group is split between Kevin Rieg on guitar and vocals, Matthew Hennessey on drums and percussion, Neil Erker also on guitar, Nik Godden on bass, Geoff Dolce on guitar, keys and horn arrangements, and finally Christopher Burge on saxophone, as well as Garrett Folger on trumpet.

Engineered by Geoff Dolce and mixed and mastered by Matthew Agoglia, “Found Atlas” boasts a polished sound that resonates with listeners seeking solace and inspiration.

Fans can expect more from Many Places as they continue to explore new musical territories.

Listen to “Found Atlas” below!


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