From England comes the self-titled debut album from Zeelley Moon, which is spearheaded by singer/songwriter Patrick Molesworth. Patrick is one of the rising stars of independent U.K. progressive rock and this new 10-song release can prove it. The album begins with the exciting instrumental "Itchy Feet" as you prepared for a journey of thoughts and emotions. Zeelley Moon continue with the sensational melodies of "Smile" and "Tricks And Tragedy" as you find yourself immersed into the music. Patrick keeps the tempo flowing through the quick moving "See Me Fly" and "Designer Crime," before finishing up the new album with the seven-minute sonic landscape of "Feel So Real" and the eight-minute progressive piano ballad "Out Of The Blue." The new Zeelley Moon album will be released in the U.S. at the end of July. For more information about Zeelley Moon, please visit facebook.com/zeelleymoonmusic
Arriving August 31st is the brand new studio album from U.K. band, The Pineapple Thief. The new release titled "Dissolution" was recorded at each of the band member's home studios and then mixed together to create this new outstanding piece of art. The band's new 9-song set begins with the gentle, piano ballad "No Naming Any Names," as they begin to flex their progressive rock muscle on the sonic melody of "Try As I Might." The Pineapple Thief experiment with tempos on "Threatening War" and then work with different combinations of instruments on "Uncovering Your Tracks," before finding the perfect balance with "Far Below." The band take you on an epic adventure with the eleven-plus minute progressive piece "White Mist," then close-out their new release with the quiet lyrics of "Shed A Light," that explode with sound during the chorus. Following the album's release, The Pineapple Thief will be hitting the road in mid-September. For a complete list of shows and to find out more about their new album "Dissolution," please visit pineapplethief.com.