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Greycoats — Adrift (November 13th, 2015)

Greycoats — Adrift (November 13th, 2015)

                      Greycoats — Adrift (November 13th, 2015)  Greycoats — Adrift (November 13th, 2015)•  Adrift is the third album from Minneapolis quartet, Greycoats. It continues the historical and mythological narrative of their previous releases: the moody, dystopian WWI imagery of Setting Fire to the Great Unknown (2008) and the hubris and pomp of the 1939 World’s Fair on World of Tomorrow (2013). Adrift takes the listener from the starting line of the space race to the launching of the Voyager probes. One could say the band beat their guitars into synthesizers, or one could simply say they surrendered to the night.
•  Their lunar voyage finds hunters and wanderers chasing messianic visions beyond the boundaries of certainty — where envy, confusion and madness await.
•  Greycoats is universally acclaimed as one of America’s greatest living bands. Their songs have always been driven by pathos and haunted by transcendence, becoming living symbols of our times.
Matt Patrick born: June 15, 1974, St. Paul, Minnesota
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Album release: November 13th, 2015
Record Label: Ephemera Records
Genre: Indie, Alternative
Duration:     42:42
Tracks:
01 John Glenn Blues     4:47
02 Knights of Lake Ladoga     4:32
03 The Decider     3:19
04 Constellations     3:15
05 Guardian     4:46
06 Cleopatra     3:46
07 Old Believers     4:03
08 Strange Animals     3:09
09 Fade to Blue     7:30
10 Voyagers     3:35
℗ 2015 Ephemera Records
Members:
•  Jon Reine Vocals, Guitar, Keys
•  Titus Decker Keys, Guitar, Vocals
•  Matt Patrick Bass, Guitar, Vocals
•  Mike Smith Drums, Vocals
Description:
•  Here is one of Greycoats’ most unforgettable albums–combining unsurpassed artistic mastery with the dazzling enchantment of a lunar voyage. In the space age, hunters and wanderers chase messianic visions beyond the boundaries of certainty–where envy, confusion and madness await.
Musical style:
•  Greycoats style can be described as melodramatic. They inspire an Orwellian theme in both their lyrics and communication with fans. They often will include video running along in the background at live shows. Videos have included images from movies such as The NeverEnding Story, Animal Farm, and Paradise Now.
Press:
•  “The band is for indie–lovers who aren’t afraid to cross genres and explore the meaning of musical narratives on a deeper level.” — Secrets of the City
•  “Frontman Jon Reine has a high–lonesome voice like Andrew Bird, and his new songs, such as ‘Prometheus, Glow!’ and ‘No Encores,’ are steeped in stylish, Bowie–spiked guitar–pop.” — Chris Riemenschneider, Star Tribune
Website: http://www.grycts.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/GREYCOATS
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/greycoats
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/greycoats
Press: LICENSING: Scott Cresto — Music Alternatives — scottc@musicalternatives.com
Agent: greycoatsinfo@gmail.com
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Greycoats — Adrift (November 13th, 2015)

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