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[NEWS] CALIGULA’S HORSE Announce New Album ‘In Contact’ & Europe Tour Dates

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Prog rock group Caligula’s Horse have just announced the release of their fourth studio album, In Contact, for release on the 15th September 2017 via Inside Out Music.

Here’s a glimpse into In Contact:

In Contact sees vocalist Jim Grey and lead guitarist Sam Vallen collaborating closely on the music and lyrics. Vallen comments: “In our creative process every idea is scrutinised, deconstructed, and rebuilt in a way that one of us, alone, could never achieve. We’re one another’s harshest critic, but fortunately, we’ve done this for long enough now that our inspiration draws us in a similar direction – we can finish each other’s musical sentences, so to speak. And we’re lucky that’s the case since In Contact proved to be a much more ambitious undertaking than anything we’d conceived of in the past.”

Vocalist Jim Grey adds: “In Contact has been an enormous proposition – the stories told in this album feel deeply personal, and we’ve never been more excited to share a new work with the world. The sounds on this album are dark and adventurous – but without losing the bittersweet and joyful sounds we developed in writing Bloom.”

As with the band’s second album The Tide, the Thief & River’s End, the band decided to hang a concept around the entire record, taking it in a direction that would end up being the opposite of its predecessor.“We decided to create a concept album, but one that came from a more personal place: one that would facilitate our creative needs wherever the journey took us” Vallen continues. “The broader concept is based around the nature of art – of what it is that sparks creativity and inspiration, a celebration of what connects us as human beings, the shared space across our many differences.”

Taking in four separate chapters, each one is dedicated to an individual and their own personal journey and how they express themselves through art. “Each of these artists are reaching for something more in their lives, and while disconnected entirely from one another, they are united by that reach: for a better life, but also for something intangible.”


Monday 19th June: Le Rex, Toulouse, France w/ Pain of Salvation
Tuesday 20th June: Les Docks, Lausanne, Switzerland w/ Opeth
Wednesday 21st June: Z7, Pratteln, Switzerland w/ Opeth
Thursday 22nd June: Substage, Karlsruhe, Germany w/ Pain of Salvation
Friday 23rd June: Doornroosje, Nijmegen, Netherlands w/ Anathema
Saturday 24th June: Midsummer Prog Festival, Valkenburg, Netherlands
Sunday 25th June: The Talking Heads, Southampton, UK
Wednesday 28th June: The Black Heart, London, UK
Friday 30th June: Be Prog! My Friend Festival, Barcelona, Spain

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