EXCLUSIVE: A Shoreline Dream ‘In The Ready Sound’ Premiere

A Shoreline Dream reveal ‘In The Ready Sound’ today, and we have the premiere – click above. With echoes of early Ride and Spiritualized this dreamy, swirling cut is laced with reverb-laden licks and hazy entwined vocals. It envelops mantra-like into a spiralling fuzz pedal filled crescendo. Meditative and hypnotic, and yet it sounds like an infectious call to action. It’s the second single from their forthcoming new EP released on July 6 via Latenight Weeknight Records. It follows the release of the title track ‘Waitout’.

A Shoreline Dream have reunited with the band’s original drummer Gabriel Ratliff to release their new Waitout EP via Latenight Weeknight Records, which includes two brand new songs alongside new re-masters of three of their favourite tracks from the past.

While Ryan Policky (vocals, guitar, keys, bass) and Erik Jeffries (guitar) had been releasing one single at a time over the past three years (with a vinyl-only album being the end goal), the duo found themselves breaking out of this mold in early 2018 to reconnect with Gabe. Upon discovering a sonic continuation of their original vibe together in a brand new studio environment, two new tracks have erupted.

Titled ‘Waitout’ and ‘In the Ready Sound’, these songs will be available on the new digital EP, alongside re-masters of some of their most treasured tracks, including ‘New York’, ‘Barnum’ and ‘Projections’, one of the first tracks they wrote together back in 2005.

With only a few more songs to go to complete their first and only vinyl release, this new EP from A Shoreline Dream not only celebrates the sound that started their “sound at the bottom of a well” music journey, but it also gives fans a taste of the newly re-formed and epic sound swirling through the cosmos.

The Waitout EP will be available through the regular online stores and streaming platforms as of July 6, 2018. Previous A Shoreline Dream releases can be found via the band’s Bandcamp.

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