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UK Alt-Rock Prog Group The Dreaming Tree To Release Fourth Album “Silverfade” on May 4, 2015


London, UK - The Dreaming Tree, a UK based alt-rock group with progressive leanings, announce the May 4th release of their anticipated new album “Silverfade”, via their own Bombsite Productions label. “Silverfade” is the band's first new release since 2010's “Progress Has No Patience”, and takes the progressive leanings of that effort and marries it to a more aggressive edge, whilst retaining the diversity of the band's earlier recordings. “Silverfade” is The Dreaming Tree's fourth album release, and first to be supported with worldwide distribution. This new album has 14 tracks of genre-hopping music, including the live favourite “Zero To Type One”. The Dreaming Tree will be undertaking a substantial touring cycle in support of the album.

Says drummer Neil Ablard, “The album's songs were written over a period of months, with each song being treated as a separate entity. It's only when we came to look at the finished body of work that we realised that the album's lyrical themes seemed to be associated with beginnings and ends. Beginnings and ends of the small, personal microscopic things, like relationships, through to the beginnings and ends of race and species, up to the beginning and end of the universe.”

Track Listing:

1. YESTERDAY’S TOMORROW
2. HEART SHAPED BRUISES
3. YOURS TO FIND
4. FOREVER NOT FOREVER
5. CHERRY WINTERS
6. AUTUMN HAZE
7. HIGGS
8. JADED SUMMER LONG
9. EVERY MINUTE LOST
10. LOOSE IT OFF
11. SONG IN 7
12. THE OCEAN
13. KOSOVO
14. ZERO TO TYPE ONE

For more information: www.thedreamingtree.co.uk

To purchase The Dreaming Tree's “Silverfade”:
Amazon: http://geni.us/1dS8
http://www.cherryred.co.uk/shopexd.asp?id=5027

Press inquiries: Glass Onyon PR, PH: 828-350-8158 (USA), glassonyonpr@gmail.com

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