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Dreams, Myths and Machines follows the critically acclaimed debut 'The World As We Knew It' and draws on themes of Welsh and Greek mythology, dystopian futures, social anxiety and colonial whitewashing. The album was forged over the past three years by original band members John Harris (guitar, vocals, keyboards and flute) Andrew Raymond (keyboards) Tony Lewis (bass) and Greg Haver (drums and percussion) with special guests, Robin Armstrong of Cosmograf, Andy Tillison of The Tangent, Pete Kirby of Skylines and American vocalist Jillian Slade
Dreams, Myths and Machines follows the critically acclaimed debut 'The World As We Knew It' and draws on themes of Welsh and Greek mythology, dystopian futures, social anxiety and colonial whitewashing. The album was forged over the past three years by original band members John Harris (guitar, vocals, keyboards and flute) Andrew Raymond (keyboards) Tony Lewis (bass) and Greg Haver (drums and percussion) with special guests, Robin Armstrong of Cosmograf, Andy Tillison of The Tangent, Pete Kirby of Skylines and American vocalist Jillian Slade
630504407397

Details

Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 08/25/2023
UPC: 630504407397

Dreams Myths & Machines (Uk)
Artist: Retreat From Moscow
Format: CD
New: Available $17.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Saving California
2. Flowerbride
3. Running Man
4. I Can Hear You Calling
5. Windchill
6. Time Traveller
7. The Machine Stops
8. Assassin's Cloak
9. Dna

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Dreams, Myths and Machines follows the critically acclaimed debut 'The World As We Knew It' and draws on themes of Welsh and Greek mythology, dystopian futures, social anxiety and colonial whitewashing. The album was forged over the past three years by original band members John Harris (guitar, vocals, keyboards and flute) Andrew Raymond (keyboards) Tony Lewis (bass) and Greg Haver (drums and percussion) with special guests, Robin Armstrong of Cosmograf, Andy Tillison of The Tangent, Pete Kirby of Skylines and American vocalist Jillian Slade
        
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