The thought of a band existing for over a decade is something to be celebrated. But a band that’s close to the twenty-year mark? That’s a truly beautiful thing. Enter Copeland, a band who hails from Lakeland, Florida who have left their mark on the world. Since 2003, they’ve released albums and toured the world to adoring crowds. Earlier this year, they released their sixth studio album, Blushing - an album that sees the band expanding their sound and seamlessly venturing into unfamiliar waters. They’re back on the road, and we sent Ken Grand-Pierre to talk chat to frontman Aaron Marsh about how this courageous album came to be.

“We definitely weren’t thinking much of the audience, we were thinking for ourselves.”

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