sleepmakeswaves – In Today Already Walks Tomorrow
“A rainbow wall of prettiness – like any piece of good art, it’ll capture you for that brief, but striking moment” – sputnikmusic
“The music sweeps from delicately-textured ambience to shattering metallic riffage and back again in the blink of an eye, held together and underpinned by driving rhythms and delicious melodies” – OzProg.
Two fitting introductions to sleepmakeswaves first full EP, ‘In Today Already Walks Tomorrow’, following their earlier demo EP released on Lost Children, and for more quotes of gushing praise visit the band’s myspace, or forums around the internet, just in case you have any doubt as to the quality of this release. Originally self released in early 2008, ‘In Today….’ went on to appear in many top releases of the year lists and pushed sleepmakeswaves higher among the ranks of the post-rock masses.
2009 looks to be another promising year for sleepmakeswaves, an upcoming split album this Spring with fellow Aussies, the jazzically brilliant, Tangled Thoughts of Leaving, writing for a future full-length of their own, hopefully a few more shows to cement their bright future, and all starting with this Lost Children release of their EP to spread the word further.
There are still a few digipack CDs of ‘In Today Already Walks Tomorrow’ available to purchase for those of you who would like the physical copy to own, with it’s delicious artwork and full quality sounds. Contact sleepmakeswaves directly through their myspace or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for further details and they are available for shipping worldwide. You can also show your support and contact the band via their forum : http://www.ozprog.com/forum/sleepmakeswaves.
And some final words :
“If you are in search of a precisely produced, sweepingly cinematic, post-rock album then search no further” – The Silent Ballet
1. I Will Write Peace On Your Wings And You Will Fly Over The World
2. Exits To Nowhere
3. One Day You Will Teach Me To Let Go Of My Fears
4. So That The Children Will Always Shout Her Name
5. It’s Dark, It’s Cold, It’s Winter
6. What We Cannot Speak Of Must Be Passed Over In Silence