Kylesa Releasing New Album In May

Kylesa in the studio

I don’t have time to wax poetic today, so I will just tell you that Kylesa have a new album coming out.

It’s called Ultraviolet and drops May 24 in Europe and May 28 in North America through Season Of Mist.

The follow-up to Spiral Shadow was recorded at The Jam Room in Columbia, South Carolina, with the band’s guitar player, songwriter and sought-after producer, Phillip Cope, once again overseeing production.

“Unspoken,” a new song from the eleven-track album, is available now for people who subscribe to the Season Of Mist newsletter here.

“Whereas Spiral Shadow was a warm album suggesting concepts of hope, Ultraviolet is a bit colder and darker,” explains Kylesa songwriter and guitar player Laura Pleasants.

“All of our studio albums have their own unique identity and we’ve always been a band who strives for something different than what current fads suggest. With Ultraviolet, we took a step inward and wrote music that we felt we had to write; this album centers around the multiple themes of loss and you can feel it in the music. Everyone goes through it during their lifetime and this record reflects that experience.”

The band will return to the road in May, with more details forthcoming.

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