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Glass Ocean to release debut album “The Remnants of Losing Yourself in Someone Else” on August 21st 2020

Glass Ocean have unveiled new single& video for “Voyage”, and announced the release of debut album “The Remnants of Losing Yourself in Someone Else” on August 21st, 2020, via Wildthing Records.

Co-written with founding Glass Ocean member and Northlane drummer, Nic Pettersen, watch the video for “Voyage” below.

Dukes Of The Orient to release new studio album “Freakshow” on August 7th 2020

Dukes Of The Orient will finally release their eagerly anticipated second album, “Freakshow” on August 7th, 2020.

The band’s sophomore album follows their impressive self-titled debut, which successfully launched the new international AOR with a touch of Mid-Atlantic Prog band.

Goldray to release new studio album “Feel the Change” on July 31st 2020

UK psycho rock-duo Goldray from Kenwyn House, guitarist of 90s rock giants Reef, who released their critically acclaimed debut album, “Rising” in 2017, are back with a double a-side single release and music video for the epic “How Do You Know” and the thunderous “Oz”. The video can be viewed below.

Jon Anderson to release new solo album “1000 Hands” on July 31st 2020

For music fans everywhere, a new album by legendary Yes singer Jon Anderson is cause for celebration. But Anderson’s grand and glorious new solo album, “1000 Hands”, is quite unlike any other record – it’s an event, one which the singer’s loyal legion of fans across the globe have been wildly anticipating for three decades.

Kyros to release new studio album “Celexa Dreams” on June 19th 2020

Following the recent release of their gorgeously energetic single “Rumour”, 80s synth-pop outfit Kyros have revealed “Phosphene”, the brand new video single drawn from the band’s forthcoming studio album, “Celexa Dreams”!

With the album arriving on June 19th, 2020, via White Star Records, Kyros’ latest single offers another look into the full experience, this time with a dense, textural track that adopts a more deliberate pace into deep, ballad-esque territories.