Neal Morse Wrote Songs In His Sleep?

Neal Morse Band

(Prog) Neal Morse says both he and keyboard player Bill Hubauer came up with melodies for their upcoming concept album The Similitude Of A Dream while they were sleeping.

The follow-up to to 2015's The Grand Experiment is due out on November 11 via Radiant Records. And Morse admits the band struggled with some melodies for the album - but woke up with some ideas that made it on to the record.

He tells The Huffington Post: "On Tuesday morning at about 4am I woke up with some ideas and by noon I had written the framework for three or four songs that completed disc two.

"Bill Hubauer, our amazing keyboardist, also dreamed a theme into existence. We actually call it 'Bill's dream theme.' Usually on a big epic album like this, you'll have at least three slow beautiful themes, but this album only had two.

"Bill came in when we were working on the second CD and said, 'Guys, I woke up with this theme playing in my head. I don't know if we can fit it in but here it is.'" Read more here.

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