Legendary prog rockers Yes will release a new studio album called Mirror to the Sky, in May.
This relatively prompt follow-up to 2021’s The Quest is the band’s 23rd studio outing and “is a very important album for the band” according to guitarist Steve Howe. “We kept the continuity in the approach we established on The Quest, but we haven’t repeated ourselves. That was the main thing,” he adds. “As Yes did in the seventies from one album to another, we’re growing and moving forward”.
You can judge for yourself by checking out ‘Cut From The Stars’ from Mirror to the Sky, below.
If you are wondering who Yes are these days, the band consists of longest serving member and guitarist Steve Howe, keyboard wizard Geoff Downes, vocalist Jon Davison, Billy Sherwood on bass and Jay Schellen behind the drum kit.
Mirror To The Sky will be available in five physical formats:
A 2LP blue vinyl+2CD+blu-ray deluxe edition with poster
A 2CD+blu-ray deluxe (10″ book)
A 2LP gatefold black vinyl
A 2CD digipak presentation
A CD in a jewel case
The blu-ray, where available, features the album in pristine 5.1 surround sound, as well as Dolby Atmos (a first for any Yes album), instrumental and hi-res stereo mixes. Roger Dean – who else? – has contributed artwork.
Mirror to the Sky will be released on 19 May 2023 via InsideOut Music.
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