Indian/American progressive metal band Skyharbor has released the title track from their upcoming LP called “Sunshine Dust” today via Consequence of Sound.
“‘Sunshine Dust’ is the personal favorite for us,” says guitarist Keshav Dhar. “It was written at the end of the Guiding Lights sessions and has gone through a lot of metamorphoses before arriving at its current form, with Kim from Dead Letter Circus co-writing a lot of the melodies. It encapsulates everything that defines our sound, the heart-on-sleeve emotion, drenching ambiance, and big riffs. It’s possibly Eric’s finest moment on the record.”
On Sunshine Dust, the immersive wall of sound Skyharbor first perfected in the studio environment, while as polished and precise as ever, shines with a new almost analog warmth, born of the kind of collaborative camaraderie that only happens when musicians trust each other enough to experience growth.
This is music filled with empowering inspiration and sweeping passions, a supernatural slice of transcendent sonic indulgence.
New album “Sunshine Dust” available September 7th through Goodfight/Eone // PREORDER NOW: https://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/skyharbor-sunshine-dust Lyrics: One hand casts the shadow One hand holds the flame I can hear it coming But I don’t hold fear and pain An echo in the distance That familiar empty space Turning from the light I