Pattern-Seeking Animals (PS-A) shares another musical glimpse of their upcoming album, “Spooky Action at a Distance”, out on Inside Out Music on October 27th.
With their new single ‘Somewhere North of Nowhere’, the US-based group delivers yet another catchy track with an animated and AI generated music video.
“Somewhere North of Nowhere is a cheery little story of a guy on a spiritual journey who soon realizes he’s being followed. Might be preternatural forces, might be aliens, but he soon discovers something very, very bad is happening right over the horizon. It’s too late to turn around as the dire situation is only getting worse. Or, he could be hallucinating all of this…”
“Spooky Action at a Distance” finds Pattern-Seeking Animals more confident than ever, approaching new soundscapes and topics, showcasing their evolution, and commitment to pushing their own creative boundaries.
The album’s first single, ‘Window to the World’, that came out in August, immediately captivates with its high-energy, up-tempo art-rock infused with elements of ska and reggae. Demonstrating the band’s fearless approach to experimentation, the single introduces listeners to a sonic universe that is both innovative and nostalgic.
Pattern-Seeking Animals (PS-A) is a pioneering force in the progressive rock genre, consistently pushing the boundaries of musical exploration. Having already left an indelible mark on the genre since their self-titled debut in 2019, Pattern-Seeking Animals weave captivating narratives into an eclectic soundscape that pushes the boundaries of creativity. Hailing from the lineage of the influential Spock’s Beard, Pattern-Seeking Animals features John Boegehold on keyboards and production, Ted Leonard on lead vocals and guitar, bassist Dave Meros, and the dynamic Jimmy Keegan on drums. Formed as a conduit for Boegehold‘s visionary compositions, the band has evolved into a driving force of progressive exploration, crafting music that is both intricate and immediate.