Indian/American progressive metal band SKYHARBOR release a new track “Dim” on Entertainment One / Good Fight Music from their forthcoming LP, Sunshine Dust, due out September 7, 2018.
“Dim” is available on all DSPs beginning today, and as an iTunes instant gratification track, meaning fans who pre-order Sunshine Dust on iTunes will receive the song as an immediate download.
About Sunshine Dust, Skyharbor guitarist Keshav Dhar says, “It’s taken almost four years and it’s been a real labor of love. but we’re thrilled to finally get this record out there to our fans. We’re incredibly stoked on these songs and have really dug in deep to explore and represent what we truly feel is the Skyharbor sound.”
SKYHARBOR is on the road now, supporting Babymetal on a run that ends up in Nashville, TN on 5/18. Full dates below.
5/11 – House of Blues Dallas – Dallas, TX*
5/13 – Revention Music Center – Houston, TX*
5/15 – Tabernacle Atlanta – Atlanta, GA*
5/17 – The Fillmore Charlotte – Charlotte, NC*
5/18 – Marathon Music Works – Nashville, TN*
5/19 – Lafayette Theater – Lafayette, IN (with I Prevail only)
From a file on a computer sitting in New Delhi, to a full-fledged touring band with members from around the world formed over the internet – Skyharbor has defied convention every step of the way. The debut album Blinding White Noise was released worldwide in 2012 to critical acclaim and earned the band a dedicated fan following across the globe. Since then, Skyharbor has been performing regularly around the world and making waves with their distinctive brand of sweeping, ethereal prog-rock, releasing Guiding Lights in 2014 after a wildly successful crowdfunding campaign.
After a brief patch of turbulence that saw new frontman Eric Emery and drummer Aditya Ashok solidify the band’s lineup, Skyharbor embarked on a series of tours around the world, covering North America, Europe, UK, and India. The future is especially promising in 2018 as a new album with Emery approaches its release and the band looks set to hit even bigger stages as they march into the future.