OUT NOW

VOYAGER’S ‘COLOURS IN THE SUN’ BROUGHT TO LIFE AS STUNNING STREET ART PIECE IN BRIGHTON’S BLACK ROCK BEACH TO CELEBRATE RELEASE.
Voyager – ‘Colours in the Sun’ – OUT NOW via Season of Mist
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Stream ‘Colours in the Sun’ on Spotify
Buy ‘Colours in the Sun’

WHAT THE MEDIA ARE SAYING ABOUT ‘COLOURS IN THE SUN’

“Every song on this record is killer.
– The Music AU’s Album of the Week

“There’s a sense that Voyager are on the cusp of achieving something pretty momentous”
– Prog 

“They are doing no wrong in my books, they are on top of their game. When an artist in general finds their voice, this is what Voyager have done on this album”.
– Mitch Alexander, Triple J

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VOYAGER explode like a supernova onto the worldwide stage with their new album ‘Colours In the Sun’. The Australians radiate an ultra-modern and prismatic hard rock that delivers on their promise of “epic electro progressive power pop metal.” Each of the albums ten tracks are bright, vibrant hook-laden affairs that resonate long after listening. VOYAGER deliver the perfect storm of modern hard rock song craft, and ‘Colours In the Sun’ is a vivid, uplifting, and exhilarating album experience.

After much anticipation from fans all over the globe, the brand new opus from Voyager has been unleashed.
This is the first album that the quintet have released via new label Season of Mist, and an album that is hotly tipped to set the band in stead for a very colourful future.
You can purchase and stream ‘Colours in the Sun’ and various merch bundles at the links below.

🎧Music🎧
https://som.lnk.to/Voyagerinthesun

👕Merch Bundles👕
https://voyager.bandcamp.com
(Ships from both US and Australia) limited edition options available

https://voyager.8merch.com/
(Ships from EU worldwide with recorded delivery)

https://merchbooth.net/voyager/
(Ships from US worldwide)

https://www.nervegas.com.au/voyager
(Ships from Australia)

As a tribute to the album, the band visited Brighton before their UK tour and had a mural done by local street artist Sean @GlimmerTwin32 at Black Rock Beach, a popular site for street art tributes within the city.

Voyager say this about the mural
“What better place to portray thee message that we are all ‘Colours in the Sun’  than Brighton? It’s a city renowned for creativity, individuality and a large LGBTQ+ Community, of which a couple of members of Voyager are a part of. The combined forces of art, music, culture and love all came together to make this a special opportunity to pay tribute to the album and everyone it represents. We had no idea it was happening, our manager Lulu planned it and surprised us upon our arrival to the UK!”

If there is one word to describe Voyager’s most current form, it is colourful. After years of evolution and amassing worldwide influences that mould the Perth quintet’s unique sound, Voyager have truly come into their own in recent years, crafting a path of success both on and off stage. The genre-transfiguring act blend new-romantic and 80’s infused vocals, keytar solos, technical yet melodic fretwork, groovy bass and bombastic drumming efforts. All of which make Voyager the pop/prog/power/rock/metal force that they are renowned as today.

Frontman Danny Estrin says this about the album:
“Colours in the Sun is the most transcendent, layered, and effervescent album we have written and recorded. It’s poppy, but still holds weight with crunchy, powerful riffs. It’s a true reflection of Voyager – five individuals from different roots coming together and creating a unique sound under the Australian sun.”


Tracklist:
1. Colours (4:05)
2. Severomance (4:23)
3. Brightstar (4:32)
4. Saccharine Dream (5:27)
5. Entropy – Featuring Einar Solberg (4:43)
6. Reconnected (4:48)
7. Now or Never (1:39)
8. Sign of the Times (3:47)
9. Water Over the Bridge (4:42)
10. Runaway (4:38)
Total: 42:44
Voyager – Colours
LIVE DATES
6th December – Good Things Festival, Melbourne, Australia*
7th December – Good Things Festival, Sydney, Australia*
8th December – Good Things Festival, Brisbane, Australia*
20th-21st March – Prognosis Festival, Netherlands**

*(Featuring Parkway Drive, Karnivool, Coheed and Cambria)
** (Featuring Katatonia, Anathema, Enslaved, Sons of Apollo)
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www.youtube.com/voyageraustralia
www.voyager-australia.com

Style: Progressive Metal

Line-up
Danny Estrin – Vocals
Simone Dow – Guitars
Alex Canion – Bass
Scott Kay – Guitars
Ash Doodkorte – Drums

Recording studio: 
Sumo Studios – Drums
Templeman Audio – Guitars and Bass

Producer / sound engineer:
Aidan Barton – Vocal Producer

Mixing studio and engineer: 
Matthew Templeman
Fraser Cringle (assistant engineer)

Mastering studio and engineer
Simon Struthers

Voyager – Brightstar 
Voyager – ‘Entropy’ featuring Einar Solberg (Leprous)
Voyager – Water Over The Bridge (Guitar Walk-Through)

 

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