Trip the Life Fantastic

by Drifting Sun

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The talent and experience of this group of musicians is palpable in the melodies, performances and expertise with which they deliver these tracks... a must for all symphonic, neo-prog and progressive rock/metal fans.
(Amalia Grassi/Prog Metal Zone)

The album was such a delight I feel like a parent - unable to select any one child over the other :)
(Jay Watson/Neverland of Prog)

If you at all like epic progressive rock, you HAVE to hear this album!
(Jeff Stevens/Prog Metal Zone)

Drifting Sun have absorbed a lifetime's music, and then spat it out as something quite unique... beautiful melodies combining to paint pictures, rich tapestries of notes joined by some simple but effective stitching.
(Tony Colvill/The Progressive Aspect)

I strongly recommend this album to all those who are fans not only of Progressive Rock or Neo - Prog, but Rock in general. It is a really wonderful album!
(George Eleftheriou/GFreedom Webzine)

This is music! Faultless technique, awesome production, neat compositions... what we have here is something special. It’s Drifting Sun.
( Elias Chatzialexis/Metal Invader)

Each track really takes you on a journey through atmospheric and spacious soundscapes... this has not left my Spotify playlist since its release.
(Chris J Martini/Prog Archives)

The production, songwriting and talent on display here are bar none... a must for any neo-prog fan.
(Rickdeckhard/Prog Archives)

A beautiful and truly marvelous slice of music that sounds like it was cut by young blood.
(Lear's Fool/Prog Archives)

KILLER album of beauty and emotion... a cinematic and reflective hour of gorgeous classical pop-prog, this band should be a household staple... buy this album!
(Father Watson/The (N)everland of Prog)

Catchy melodies, epic guitar solos, should appeal to every neo-progger.
(Daniel Eggenberger/Proggies)

credits

released January 20, 2015

Peter Falconer - Vocals
Dan Storey - Guitars/Bass
Andrew Howard - Additional Guitars
Pat Sanders - Keyboards
Will Jones - Drums

Music: Pat Sanders
Lyrics: Peter Falconer

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