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Alias Eye - In-Between


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Alias Eye’s latest studio album, ‘In-Between’, is a return to the melody-driven arrangements of their debut, ‘Field of Names’, while retaining the heaviness of the band’s third effort, ‘In Focus’. 'In-Between' highlights Alias Eye's approach to songwriting: strong vocal hooklines are paired with lavish choir arrangements and meticulously arranged instrumental passages. From the oriental flair of the opening track, ‘Arabesque’, to the mellow, bitter-sweet lament of the ballad ‘Stars Shall Fall’ and the heavy guitar riffs of ‘Indentured Pride’, ‘In Between’ is a truly progressive journey through a variety of different styles and genres.
Alongside nine original songs, the album includes a new rendition of Beggars Opera’s classic hit ‘Time Machine’, featuring Martin Griffiths (Beggars Opera) and his son, Alias Eye’s singer Philip Griffiths, on the vocals.

Album tracks

  • 1 - Arabesque
  • 2 - Break What We Know
  • 3 - In-Between
  • 4 - Time Machine
  • 5 - Indentured Pride
  • 6 - Stars Shall Fall
  • 7 - All The Rage
  • 8 - Distant Memories
  • 9 - Take What's Mine
  • 10 - The Blink of an Eye

Album samples