7 Songs, 31 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Creation's opening strings perfectly set the stage for the mini-album's sweeping synth work and dramatic drops; the cinematic flourish also signals Seven Lions' expanding ambitions. Deftly fusing dubstep, trance, and downtempo, “Summer of the Occult” is as heady as its title suggests. The country-tinged indie shuffle of "Coming Home," featuring Mike Mains' yearning, inspirational vocals, makes overtures to a different type of festival crowd, while the closing epic “Leaving Earth” wears its progressive rock heart proudly on its sleeve, wrapping glitch beats in acoustic and electric guitars.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Creation's opening strings perfectly set the stage for the mini-album's sweeping synth work and dramatic drops; the cinematic flourish also signals Seven Lions' expanding ambitions. Deftly fusing dubstep, trance, and downtempo, “Summer of the Occult” is as heady as its title suggests. The country-tinged indie shuffle of "Coming Home," featuring Mike Mains' yearning, inspirational vocals, makes overtures to a different type of festival crowd, while the closing epic “Leaving Earth” wears its progressive rock heart proudly on its sleeve, wrapping glitch beats in acoustic and electric guitars.

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