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The anticipation continues to grow as the release of Remanon’s split-single Guardian draws near. The San Antonio-based space-fusion/prog-rock outfit continues to outdo themselves with each performance and release, and Guardian is no exception. The two-track record comes complete with the calculative and exhilarating signature progression for which we have come to love Remanon, taken further than ever before with dynamic experimentation that demonstrates the group’s perpetual state of evolution.

The recently unveiled album art for the double-single is titled “Forest Watcher” and was created by Steve Teeps of TEACHING MACHINE, a digital artist based in Oakland who explores themes inspired by neo-tokyo, sci-fi, technology, video games, and psychedelia. The timeless mystique that “Forest Watcher” carries offers a glimpse into the world that Remanon creates with their music and this new release.

Be on the look out for Guardian, set for release on January 25th on TIMEWHEEL and all major platforms. Also, catch Remanon live at San Antonio’s Paper Tiger on January 26th at 7:00 PM, tickets for which are available [here]. 

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