Moore to play on Matheos' upcoming instrumental project Tuesday the Sky

April 14, 2017 -
Kevin Moore fans might be familiar with his song "Wednesday the Sky."  Well, it's time to welcome Tuesday the Sky.

The keyboardist will be appearing as a guest musician on the upcoming debut album of Tuesday the Sky, an ambient instrumental rock project that is the brainchild of Fates Warning and OSI guitarist Jim Matheos.  The 10-track album, titled Drift, is slated for release through InsideOut Music on June 30, according to the music news website Blabbermouth.

Moore will play on two songs, the website said.  Other guests include God is an Astronaut drummer Lloyd Hanney and Anna Lynne-Williams, who has performed under the stage name Lotte Kestner and is a vocalist and guitarist in the indie pop band Trespassers William.

"With this kind of music, it's a lot about creating a mood and letting that sink in and develop over long periods of time, as opposed to the more frenetic format of most prog music," Matheos said in the Blabbermouth article.  Of possible live performances, he said: "It would be a challenge to bring this project but it is an interesting idea and one I would at least consider if there seems to be enough interest."

Tuesday the Sky is said to explore "expansive textures and ambient electronica" and take cues from artists such as Brian Eno, Boards of Canada, Sigur Ros and Explosions in the Sky, according to Blabbermouth.  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.

To read the full Blabbermouth article, click here: http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/fates-warning-jim-matheos-to-release-debut-album-from-instrumental-rock-project-tuesday-the-sky/