New album Ethereal Self out 25th MayNew album Ethereal Self out 25th May

Colorado USA progressive rock three-piece Source return with second single 'The Insipidness', taken from their third album Ethereal Self, set for release on 25th May. Featuring a tabla performance by Nabin Shrestha, stream the visualiser for 'The Insipidness' here:

Vocalist / guitarist Ben Gleason comments on the single: "'The Insipidness' is about getting so lost in the writing process that everything sounds the same. Since our debut record in 2016 there have been constant comparisons to the bands that influence us. This song is about recognizing that our expression is as unique as our fingerprints. It is a celebration of the writing process in which the digestion of influences is essential, and it is about accepting boredom as the foundation of something truly novel."

On the new album Ethereal Self, he continues: "This album is about forming unity between our physical and cosmic, or ethereal selves. It is an exploration of mind and matter inviting all who listen to search for a deeper sense of truth in their lives. We recorded, engineered, mixed and produced this album entirely ourselves in our studio on a mountain in Colorado, 8500 feet above sea level. We believe the magic of the surroundings is captured in the recordings and we hope you feel it too."

Watch the visualiser for previous single 'False Prophet' here:
Pre-order Ethereal Self here:

Formed in 2013 in Boulder Colorado, Source create consciousness-based music through the exploration of flotation tanks, philosophy, meditation, yoga, and other embodiment and mindfulness practices. Their music is an expression of the sensations experienced on this planet, the profoundness of the human experience and the beauty of all that is.

Entwining intelligent composition with melody at the core, you can hear a wide range of influences including Tool, Opeth and Chevelle.

Their debut album Return To Nothing was released in September 2016 on Pavement Entertainment and received a hugely positive response from music fans and press. Accolades included being named Metal Nexus' #1 best album of 2016 and heavy Music HQ's #9 best progressive metal album of 2016, and their video for single 'Memories of Yesterday' was supported by Axs TV, promo only, club com network and many more.

The success of the record earned them opening slots on tours with Hellyeah, In Flames and From Ashes to New, firmly establishing them in the US rock scene. 2019 saw the band release their stunning second album Totality, which achieved top reviews with Angry Metal Guy claiming "we could be witnessing the birth of the next great progressive metal band".

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