Symfinity | Intangible Dreams

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Intangible Dreams

by Symfinity

This debut album is a fusion between alternative rock and orchestral music, featuring twelve melodic tracks ranging from heavy rock epics to orchestrated ballads; symphonic alternative rock.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Overture
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2. Cries of Humanity
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3. It's Not Just Me
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4. Point of Refraction
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5. Now Free
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6. I Follow You
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7. Intermezzo
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8. A Time to Breathe
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9. Never Quite Always
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10. Court You Slowly
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11. Night Through Day
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12. My Hidden Manor
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Intangible Dreams is Symfinity's debut album. Started by composer/songwriter, Seann Branchfield, who composed and orchestrated the songs, this album is truly difficult to categorize. The songs are very melodic and the orchestral sound becomes one of the most unifying factors. The songs also range from almost goth metal to ballads and plenty in between. The usage of flute as a solo instrument is prominent throughout the entire album with flutist, Nicole Schroeder performing on every track. Inspired by symphonic metal bands, this is generally on the lighter side and generally sticks to mainstream song lengths. The music is progressive in terms of orchestration and its unique sound rather than long complicated forms associated with most symphonic rock music. The lyrics are about hope, yearning, and the quest for meaning in life.


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