Even though The Long Trail That Leads To Nowhere was one of the more powerful musical statements of 2012, it is logical to expect an even more powerful statement from Morgan in 2013. According to Morgan, he will release the first album of a multi part collection of Fawn and Rabbit albums. He promises that the albums will have a "more full sound" that represents his "fascination with pop culture" and "popular music." Morgan says he wants to pattern his upcoming releases after Led Zeppelin's albums (Zeppelin I, II, III, IV) and that he is doing this so he can be guaranteed a "more full" sound and to make sure that he is taking a "perfectionist approach." Morgan also says that he will have more resources to ensure that he produces a "complete album."
With all of this news coming from Morgan, it is tough to not be absolutely stoked about the future of Fawn and Rabbit. While The Long Trail That Leads To Nowhere may have been a musical statement about the value of individual creativity, Morgan's upcoming full lengths albums promise to promote even more of that creativity. Even though The Long Trail That Leads To Nowhere was one of the more "full" releases of the year, Morgan's upcoming albums promise to present an even more full sound. Even though The Long Trail That Leads To Nowhere was one of the more diverse albums of the year, Morgan's upcoming releases sound like they will be even more "far reaching." Even though Morgan perfected a sound many had tried to perfect for decades on his first EP, he is stretching that sound even further in his future albums. His first EP may have been a statement, but his future releases promise to be an experience. And this means Morgan's career is definitely not going to be a long trail that leads nowhere.