Stewart Forgey – “Starry Dream”

The sole outing from Pacific Range still stands as one of the best pieces of the new Cosmic American puzzle and their dissolution leaves a pang in the heart that can’t quite be healed. That said, news of a debut solo record from the band’s Stewart Forgey kick start the healing process this week. Forgey has a new album, Nature Of The Universe, on the way this April from Curation. The first single, “Starry Dream” departs from The Range’s sound, feeling like it slides through the oil slick reflections off the late ‘70s, pulling the thread of cocaine cowboys as they tumbled out of Western Wear and into linen and Aviators. There’s a familiar face in Dan Horne behind the boards, and plenty of other favorites show up in the liners for this one, with members of Mapache, Circles Around The Sun, Farmer Dave & The Wizards of West, and Grateful Shred all showing up. There’s even a full Range reunion on the title track, offering up something of a proper sendoff to the band. The new record finds its way out into the universe April 24th from Curation.

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