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Seasons

by Forest Field

Forest Field keep trying to push boundaries while staying true to their brand of melodic and progressive rock!
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Delta Hours
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2. Change the World
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3. Spring Is Coming
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4. Into the Lions Den
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5. Rain in May
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6. Eyewitness
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7. Circles
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8. A Silent Cry
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9. Autumn Sky
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10. Trading Places
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11. Storm in November
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12. On the Edge of Winter
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
After the award winning Angels? album (best Rock album of 2015 on One World Music Radio), and the widely praised Lonely Desert album, Seasons is another release with a theme. The title already hints about that. Things might change, but the world keeps going round and the seasons keep following up on each other. No matter how crazy it gets around us!
Once again mixing instrumental tracks with melodic progressive rock (a.k.a. elaborate rock), Forest Field keep trying to push boundaries while staying true to their brand of music. Proof is for instance the track that preceded the album, the single edit of Change The World.
Their ability to combine melody with power and expert musicianship, is clearly shown throughout the whole of the album. Even when sounding heavier than ever before…

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