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Reverie

by Epigram

Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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1. I'm Sorry, I'm Lost
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3:30 album only
2. R.I.O.T.
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7:15 album only
3. Waiting to Wake Up
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5:59 album only
4. The Narrator (Interlude 1)
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2:03 album only
5. The Strangers We Are Becoming
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6. Unexpected Gift, Unexpected Time
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7. The Spectator (Interlude 2)
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8. Fragments of What Was Said
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9. Never Was and Never Will Be
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Reverie is a nod to good musicianship and an ode to good songwriting. This sophomore effort is also a solid step forward, a result of additional time spent together and the incorporation of a few new instruments. Those who like good old classic post-rock will love this album." - The Silent Ballet

The follow-up to 2008's "Anything That Comes to Mind" is scheduled for release on CD and vinyl September 30, 2010. The new album, tentatively titled "Reverie", was recorded by James Anderson at 6 Nassau in Toronto and features some different instrumentation than their debut. While "Anything That Comes to Mind" was full of dynamic instrumental songs mainly based around guitar, bass and drums (with the addition of violin on select tracks), the new recordings expand on the band's sound to include additional instruments such as piano, organ, accordion, glockenspiel, and melodica. Though "Reverie" does share a lot of the qualities of their debut, with songs varying from ambient soundscapes to distorted noise, often in the course of one song.


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