"Mostly Autumn" is a British band, producing music influenced at least by progressive rock, most obviously Genesis and Pink Floyd, and folk music.
Mostly Autumn was formed in the late 1990s. Their original lineup (as listed on their first album) included Bryan Josh (electric guitar, vocals, 6 and 12 string acoustic guitars, e-bow), Heather Findlay (vocals, tombourine, 6 string acoustic guitar), Iain Jennings (keyboards, vocals), Liam Davison (electric guitar, vocals, 6 and 12 string acoustic guitars), Bob Faulds (violins), Stuart Carver (bass guitar), Kev Gibbons (low whistle, high whistle) and Allan Scott (drums). Angela Goldthorpe and Che were credited as additional musicians, with the former becoming a regular band member later.
On their second album Allan Scott was replaced by Rob McNeil and for their third album in 2001 he in turn has been replaced by Jonathan Blackmore (no relation to Ritchie), while Andy Smith replaced Stuart Carver on bass.
The current line-up is Bryan Josh, Heather Findlay, Liam Davison, Angela Gordon (née Goldthorpe)) and Andy Smith (bass) plus Andrew Jennings (drums, and younger brother of Iain). They are also frequently joined by Olivia ...