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Following the releases of 2018, The Middle and Altered States, progressive trio Cog are set to release their third single as they redefine their practice within the modern music landscape. In succession of 2008’s album Sharing Space, the Australian underground icons are running into 2019 with a track that will bring them closer to their followers, Drawn Together.
With ascendant harmonies and perception shattering changes, Drawn Together draws on the intrinsic value in social connection to break through modern misdirection and offer solidarity via determined riffs and compassionate declarations.
Cog are now set to reconnect with their fans with the commencement of both national and international tours. Co-headlining their Distant Lands tour alongside of Australian contemporaries SLEEPMAKESWAVES, returning to Europe and the UK in March after 11 years. Cog’s national Drawn Together Tour aligns the band with Osaka Punch and Omnific over the course of 5 months for a tour throughout Australia’s major centres that will prove to be a consistently potent showcase of musical innovation.
supported by 18 fans who also own “Drawn Together”
C’est donc avec une impression plutôt positive que je ressors de l’écoute de ce these are not our dreams. C’est un bon album de post-rock que réalise ici sleepmakeswaves, mais – une fois encore – pas transcendant. Les amateurs du genre y trouveront certainement leur compte. (Chroniqué sur https://alias.erdorin.org) Stéphane Gallay
supported by 16 fans who also own “Drawn Together”
Sleepmakeswaves is one of the best bands out there that blend ethereal tracks with other tracks with beautiful interlaced guitar playing, as if both players are feeding off of the energy of the other, creating a massive and powerful energy that cannot be stopped! This is one fantastic record, and is easily one you can put the whole album on and love every single song. Charlie Mayer