Lonely Robot have released a stream of their new track Sigma.
It features on the John Mitchell project’s upcoming album The Big Dream, which will launch on April 28 via InsideOut Music.
Mitchell says: “Sigma is the very last track I recorded for The Big Dream, the nature of which can be summed up with a sadly age old proverb which resonates now more than ever, ‘History will teach us nothing.’”
Lonely Robot previously released a lyric video for album track Everglow.
Mitchell provides vocals and plays all instruments on the album, with the exception of drums, which are handled by Craig Blundell. Former Touchstone singer Kim Seviour guests on bonus track Why Do We Stay?
The Big Dream will be released on special edition digipak featuring three bonus tracks, gatefold 2LP, CD and on digital platforms. It’s now available for pre-order.
Lonely Robot currently have a handful of live dates planned for 2017. Joining Mitchell and Blundell are bassist Steve Vantsis and keyboardist Liam Holmes.
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Lonely Robot The Big Dream tracklist
- Prologue (Deep Sleep)
- In Floral Green
- False Lights
- The Divine Art Of Being
- The Big Dream
- Hello World Goodbye
- Epilogue (Sea Beams)
- In Floral Green (Acoustic Version) Bonus
- The Divine Art Of Being (Acoustic Version) Bonus
- Why Do We Stay? (feat. Kim Seviour) Bonus
Lonely Robot 2017 tour dates
Apr 27: Reading Sub 89, UK
Apr 28: Leicester Marillion Convention, UK
May 27: Leamington Spa Trinity Live, UK