Fort Collins, Colorado livetronica rockers will release their debut full length studio album, A Quantum Dream, on April 1. The trio will celebrate the release with a hometown show at the Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins on April 1 ahead of a string of headlining club plays and festival appearances at Euphoria Music Festival, Sonic Bloom, Arise Music Festival, Backwoods Festival and others.
Skydyed made their debut in 2014 and blend rock, funk and jazz with live-electronic elements. The band’s lineup features Andrew Slattery (bass and synth), Max Doucette (guitar and synth) and Shane Eagen (drums).
Here’s more info on the new album:
A Quantum Dream, captures the band’s constant pursuit of all original cutting edge production blended with live, organic chemistry that can only be achieved through countless hours of performing together.
Its members come from diverse musical backgrounds, and the band has developed a deep appreciation for music’s power to transcend language and move people in mysterious ways, which is precisely what the band accomplishes on A Quantum Dream. Featuring high-energy, head banging tracks such as “Grow” and “Mind’s Eye,” as well as softer, mellow songs like “Endless Space” and “Mushroom,” A Quantum Dream truly takes the listener on a melodic journey through a multitude of emotions and sonic landscapes. With jams perfect for relaxation, partying, and everything else in between, A Quantum Dream is a truly imaginative creation that fulfills Skydyed’s artistic vision and redefines the boundaries of Live-Electronica.
Listen to “Endless Space” for a taste of A Quantum Dream:
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