.​.​.​And Again Into The Light

by Panopticon

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Dave Aftandilian
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Dave Aftandilian We have to suffer and fail to be worthy of redemption. We have to reach the end to stretch out for a new beginning. Bless Panopticon for reminding us all to never give up, to keep raging at the dying of the light; to plant the seedling we hold in our hands, even if it’s the end of days.
Apocalypse Dude
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Apocalypse Dude Blind pre-order...and now a few days later I got to listen to the 2 songs. Killer songs as usual! 🤘🏻 Favorite track: Know Hope.
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Z S Haven't been this excited for an album release in a very very long time. An especially wonderful thing to look forward to after all that's transpired over the past year. Both tracks released thus far are exceptional.
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    Pre-order of ...And Again Into The Light. You get 2 tracks now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it’s released.
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    releases May 15, 2021

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...And Again Into The Light
Dead Loons
Rope Burn Exit
A Snowless Winter
As Her Golden Laughter Echoes (Reva's Song)
The Embers At Dawn
Know Hope 12:18


There you will find the gatefold double LP of the album. It comes with a ten inch booklet of photography by Bekah Lunn that accompanies the album, an included cd copy of the album and a digital download. Also available are t shirts and long sleeves with art from the album.

from the liner notes of the album:

Thank you to my friends and family who have pulled me out of the darkness again and again, but a special thanks to my precious family, Bekah, Håkan and Rune Lunn for their patience, forgiveness and “boundless” love. You are my life. I love you.

To those I have let down or dissapointed in my 37 years on this earth, please accept this work as my recognition of a need to change, grow and to atone for failures. I am sorry I have let you down and will strive to continue to become a better man each and every day I have left on this earth.

A portion of the profits from this record will be donated to help folks living with severe mental illness.

This record is dedicated to all who refuse to give up and continue to struggle for light and beauty in this world
and is in memory of John Prine, who gave us so much in his lifetime, and to Reva Myers Shemanski who lives on in our cherished memories of her radiant personailty, brilliant art and infectious laughter.

Fill your heart with hope... a hope that we will return again into the light.
Don’t let the fire burn out.


releases May 15, 2021

...and again into the light:

Austin Lunn: Guitar, Drums, Bass (4, 8 and 12 string), Keys, Lap Steel, Pedal Steel, Banjo, Square Neck Resonator, Acoustic Guitar and Bass, Vocals (Screamed, Growled, Sung and Choirs) Mandolin, Recorded samples.
Charlie Anderson : Violin
Patrick Urban: Cello
Bekah Lunn: Photography and Art Direction

with guest vocal appearances by:
Jan Van Berlekom (Screamed vocals on “The Embers At Dawn”)
Erik Moggridge (sung vocals and choir on “The Embers At Dawn”)

All violin composed and recorded by Charlie Anderson
All cello composed and recorded by Patrick Urban
Recorded by A. Lunn from 2018 to 2020
Pain stakingly mixed by Spenser Morris
Mastered by Colin Marston
All songs written by A. Lunn


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All instruments,lyrics and compositions by A.Lunn unless otherwise noted.

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