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Night Verses Return With Spiralling New Track “Arrival”

Night Verses have revealed that they are well and truly back. Five years on from their astonishing record From The Gallery Of Sleep, their first record as an instrumental trio, the band have stepped out into the world once more. Responsible for crafting some of the most thrilling, gorgeously assertive and awe-inspiring music of the last decade, you will need to strap yourselves in for this new voyage.

The track that the band have released is called “Arrival”, which feels incredibly fitting. A crushing blend of hard-hitting riffs, space-age atmospheres and technically bludgeoning grit, it is an adventure into the unknown. As intense as it is impressive, it is an incredible piece of musicianship, unlike anything you have heard before. Twisting and turning at each available moment and pinning you to the spot until the final second, you will be breathless by the end.

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The band had this to say about the release and its significance to them:

“When writing this song (Arrival), we kept referencing how it reminded us of our drives together through the desert. The song was a result of us finding a way to transfer that same pairing of physical, visual and sonic experience to the listener. In general, we wanted to create a more participatory experience-one where the listener can connect with the composition in the right environment, while at the same time discovering what the piece means to them personally.”

To accompany the track, Night Verses have also shared a visualizer. And it takes you on the same sort of journey as the music. Colorful, kaleidoscopic, daring and beautiful, it is made for you to lose yourself within it. So do just that.

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