Whenever I hear a new song from A Shoreline Dream, one word always pops into my head. That word is cinematic. A Shoreline Dream, simply put, have that magical way of entrancing the listener with their eclectic ways of approaching a song in that the listener stamps that music into their mind as the score for that moment. Most people will say that a song, or even an album or video, is beautiful. But you almost never hear anyone say that a band or artist is beautiful. A Shoreline Dream is simply put, beautiful. Every song released by them is a step further in the evolution of revolution and a mark in time to be cherished and appreciated.
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The ‘Waitout’ EP will be available through the regular online stores and streaming platforms as of July 6, 2018. Previous A Shoreline Dream releases can be found via the band’s Bandcamp.
About A Shoreline Dream
Progressive shoegazers A Shoreline Dream have reunited with the band’s original drummer Gabriel Ratliff to release their new ‘Waitout’ EP via Latenight Weeknight Records, which includes two brand new songs alongside new remasters of three of their favorite tracks from the past.
While Ryan Policky (vocals, guitar, keys, bass) and Erik Jeffries (guitar) had been releasing one single at a time over the past three years (with a vinyl-only album being the end goal), the duo found themselves breaking out of this mold in early 2018 to reconnect with Gabe. Upon discovering a sonic continuation of their original vibe together in a brand new studio environment, two new tracks have erupted. Titled ‘Waitout’ and ‘In the Ready Sound’, these songs will be available on the new digital EP, alongside re-masters of some of their most treasured tracks, including ‘New York’, ‘Barnum’ and ‘Projections’, one of the first tracks they wrote together back in 2005.
“The lead single ‘Waitout’ is a reflection of the current state of world affairs, focusing on the need to break away from the stagnation and creating change in our lives,” explains Ryan Policky. “It may be one of the biggest fears of those living in the world today but we do in fact need change, and the song is a rallying cry to remind us all to make it happen”.
Many thanks to @BigTakeoverMag for the review of the "Loveblind" debut single "Alarms Stop Ringing"
About 3 days ago from A Shoreline Dream's Twitter via Twitter Web App
Our new LP "Loveblind" is now officially up for pre-order on Bandcamp. Funds going direct to the physical manufacturing for collectors like us 😉 ashorelinedream.bandcamp.com pic.twitter.com/74NgTG96rM
About 3 weeks ago from A Shoreline Dream's Twitter via Twitter Web App
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About 2 years ago from A Shoreline Dream's Twitter via Twitter for iPhone
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@deanbromley @ShoegazeCo @decayfm @foxtail_sf @lightfoils @Phaseonerecords @thestratford4 How do we get a download of this? Will repeat it for days
With only a few more songs to go to complete their first and only vinyl release, this new EP from A Shoreline Dream not only celebrates the sound that started their “sound at the bottom of a well” music journey, but it also gives fans a taste of the newly re-formed and epic sound swirling through the cosmos.
Ryan Policky – Vocals, Guitar, Keys,
Bass Erik Jeffries – Guitar
Gabriel Ratliff – Drums
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