Spock’s Beard release lyric video for new track “Somebody’s Home”

Spock’s Beard band pic
Legendary US progressive rockers Spock’s Beard release their 13th studio album “Noise Floor” on May 25th, 2018.

As revealed previously, for this album Ted Leonard, Alan Morse, Dave Meros & Ryo Okumoto are joined in the studio once again by drummer & original member Nick D’Virgilio.

Following the release of the opening track from the album, they are now pleased to reveal a second track from the record, titled “Somebody’s Home”.

Watch the lyric video for “Somebody’s Home” below.

Dave Meros called the track: “one of my favourite songs on "Noise Floor"”, while Ryo Okumoto comments: “This is a great song by Ted Leonard”.

The album was once again engineered by long-time collaborator Rich Mouser and will be released as a 2CD digipak (featuring an EP of material from the same sessions), gatefold 2LP + 2CD & as digital download.

Tracklist:

Disc 1 (“Noise Floor”):
1. To Breathe Another Day
2. What’s Become of Me
3. Somebody’s Home
4. Have We All Gone Crazy
5. So This Is Life
6. One So Wise
7. Box of Spiders
8. Beginnings

Disc 2 (“Cutting Room Floor”):
1. Days We’ll Remember
2. Bulletproof
3. Vault
4. Armageddon Nervous

Spock’s Beard are a band who are in a continual state of evolution, as is always the case with genuinely creative musicians. And their new album, “Noise Floor”, fits perfectly into this process.

“We are always about evolution, not revolution. But what we have done this time is make the songs more melodic”, believes vocalist/guitarist Ted Leonard. “We still love our crazy prog, but now appreciate how important it is to grab people's attention early on”.

As with all Spock’s Beard songs, most of the new album was written by the individual members, and then brought to the rest of the band as high quality demos. “We all do this type of thing in our home studios”, adds Leonard. “So, by the time they reach the stage where the entire band get to judge them, they are really developed, and therefore everyone can make a reasoned judgement”.

Much of what you will listen to here is very much the product of fresh inspiration from the Californian band.

One key change on this album sees the return of drummer Nick D’Virgilio, who originally left in 2011. There are also two violinists, a cello player, a viola player and an English horn featured on the album, thereby giving the sound a slightly more evocative and persuasive twist.

Websites:
www.spocksbeard.com
www.facebook.com/spocksbeard