Tiles Release 'Shelter In Place' Video (A Top Story)
The double concept album is the Detroit band's first material since 2008's Fly Paper. Shelter In Place is the second track on the album and features a guitar riff that "changes perspectives as flurries of drums and shifting bass rhythms propel the song from tense claustrophobic verses to spacious and melodic choruses."
Guitarist Chris Herin previously revealed the Detroit outfit hadn't initially planned a double album but with ideas coming thick and fast, they decided the material couldn't be contained on a single disc.
He added: "So here we are with an elaborate concept album that follows in the best of prog traditions. Each disc plays like one long song. To help deliver to the full potential, we've enlisted a string quartet, a 25-piece orchestra and a host of special guests."
Those guests include Mike Portnoy, Ian Anderson, keyboardist Adam Holzman from the Steven Wilson Band, jazz guitarist Mike Stern and Max Webster's vocalist Kim Mitchell. Watch the new video - here.
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