The England based dream-rock duo Lost Horizons release their début LP Ojalá tomorrow.
A fifteen track album of fragile compositions, which like a spiders spinning silk, encases the listener in delicate threads, that transfix.
With numerous guest players joining individual tracks this is an album that offers a variety of texturing and is best played when there is time to fully appreciate the quietly flowing layers of the songs.
I Saw The Days Go By, featuring Marissa Nadler on vocals, is the ninth track.
The English dream-rock quintet Swimming Tapes release the EP Soft Sea Blue on the 15th of September.
The penultimate of the four tracks on the EP What’s On Your Mind goes some way towards explaining why Swimming Tapes are fast gaining an ever growing fanbase as the hazy flow of guitars weave through the room leaving the listener hypnotised by the combinations of instrumentation, percussion and vocal which melt inside one another.
The US dream-rock project Sea Span releases the EP Natural Subjection next month.
The first track to surface Red Classic Dress is a more ethereal soundtrack than material previously featured with a rolling drum providing the pivot around which glimmering guitar and spectral vocal revolve in a song that has the air of sadness hanging through the just under three and a half minutes of its duration.
The English dream-rock band Yellow Creatures released the LP Spectrum on the 27th of February.
Yellow Creatures – Spectrum – artwork
The last of the seven tracks on the album (available on bandcamp) – Pressing Buttons – slowly eases its way out of the speakers and fills the room with a quiet, gentle, haze while the listener can feel their heart-rate slowing and stresses easing.