June 23, 2017 - Tuesday the Sky has unveiled a video for a new song featuring Kevin Moore.
The ambient instrumental rock project, which is the brainchild of Fates Warning and OSI guitarist Jim Matheos, posted an instrumental playthrough video today for the song, "It Comes in Waves." The tune is the fourth track on the project's upcoming 10-track debut album, titled Drift, which is slated for release through InsideOut Music on June 30.
The 4:29 video features Matheos, Moore, and God is an Astronaut drummer Lloyd Hanney, according to InsideOut Music.
"The album's third single 'It Comes in Waves' is being launched today with a playthrough video produced by Chris Anderson, which features performance footage by Jim Matheos (Guitars & Bass) as well as Lloyd Hanney (Drums) and Kevin Moore (Keyboards)," InsideOut Music said in a press release for the video.
Tuesday the Sky explores "expansive textures and ambient electronica" and takes cues from artists such as Brian Eno, Boards of Canada, Sigur Ros and Explosions in the Sky, according to InsideOut Music. Matheos said the project came together during the downtime between Fates Warning releasing its 2016 album Theories of Flight and the beginning of the band's current tour cycle. The album will be released as a special edition CD, black LP and CD, and digital download.
The project has already streamed two other songs, "Vortex Street" and "Today the Sky," neither of which feature Moore. In addition to "It Comes in Waves," Moore appears on the album's closing track, "Drift."
To view the video for "It Comes in Waves," click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lq85M8O2IgA&feature=share