It has landed! Liminal Drifter‘s stunning third album, The Dreams, is now available for your delectation. The album has already started charting abroad ahead of it’s official college radio campaign and Liminal Drifter is sure to be a chart fave once again when the push gets in full swing. The album is available now in digital and CD formats (featuring the absolutely luscious artwork of Stu Medley) via Bandcamp and in digital formats via the usual online suspects (Spotify, iTunes et al).
Following his acclaimed debut album, Troubled Mystic, and its remix companion, Night Train Vacancies, this new collection displays Simon Order’s ongoing mastery of melodic, transportive electronica. Befitting its title, The Dreams has a hypnotic feel, its pristine sonics rendered uncanny by subliminal details. Track titles such as ‘Beach Fair’, ‘Angels of the Sea’ and ‘Fish Don’t Have Arms or Legs’ offer suggestions of the aquatic vibe of the release, with sonar pings and synth pads washing in and out as samples of submerged voices nag at the subconscious. Whether it’s the driving bassline of ‘Stranger Things’, the dream-pop guitars and skanking piano on ‘Man is Part of Nature’, or the thick synth arpeggiation on the closing track ‘Time Lapse’, The Dreams takes great care to offer up waves of lush dreamtronica.
Liminal Drifter’s music is available for licensing (film, tv, web, games and beyond). More info here.