Boston, MA based Instrumentalists, Pray For Sound, will release their debut LP Dreamer on limited-edition vinyl via Science of Silence Records on November 18th. The seven-song album clocks in at just over 33 minutes and features violin, viola and vocals, in addition to the band’s traditional guitar, bass and drums. With influences such as Explosions In The Sky & Porcupine Tree, Pray For Sound have crafted an eclectic set of songs each representing a different dream state that express a roller coaster of emotions.
In addition to its vinyl release, Science of Silence Records will have a completely remixed Dreamer digital companion piece, also available on November 18th. The remix album, entitled Dreamixer will have a remixed version of every song on it, each by a different artist. Remixes are being handled by Gregory Dunn of Moving Mountains, The Echelon Effect, Living Phantoms, Hannibal Montana, Glacier, Nathaniel Noton-Freeman as well as one by Pray For Sound.
1. Sleeper (Hannibal Montana Remix)
2. Decayer (Living Phantoms Remix)
3. Sonder (Glacier Remix)
4. Dreamer (Pray for Sound Remix)
5. Conceiver (Nathaniel Noton-Freeman Remix)
6. Mourner (Ansible Remix – Gregory Dunn of Moving Mountains)
7. Day Bringer (The Echelon Effect Remix)
Dreamixer will be included for FREE with all vinyl purchases. For anyone not interested in the vinyl, Dreamixer will also be available for sale digitally as a separate download, only available at the Science of Silence webstore.
Pre-orders for the November 18th release are currently up for sale now at www.scienceofsilence.net. All orders will receive a digital download of Dreamer & Dreamixer with their purchase.