• Normalcy Bias (Album Preview) - Lucas Lee (Ft. Pat Mastelotto on Drums)

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    "Normalcy Bias" (2013) is Lucas Lee's sophomore release. The music on this concept album is mostly rock instrumental (featuring guitars and keys), with hints of experimental and progressive elements. Featuring on the album is the legendary Pat Mastelotto (known for his work with King Crimson, Mr. Mister, Stick Men) on acoustic and electric drums. Lucas Lee resumes the role of producing, composing, arranging, playing all parts outside of drums (guitars, bass, keys, violins), as well as recording/mixing. The album is mastered at Veneto West by world renowned engineer Ronan Chris Murphy.

    Compared to the first release "Clear in Andrew's Mind", the songs on "Normalcy Bias" are a bit more focused in terms of song writing while giving way to more freedom in improvisational sections. The mood of the songs is also a lot darker than the previous record. However, the music remains melodic, but with more advant-garde/ experimental sections. There are also progressive elements mixed in throughout different sections of the tunes.

    This album revolved around the Character's journey towards insanity. It started off with him witnessing the powers that be turning upon against its own people. The public was in denial and underestimated the possibility that these events would continue to impact their livelihoods in years to come. Citizens resumed their daily activities unperturbed, while grief and anger were expressed by some. During his escape, the Character was captured, then was admitted to a mental institution and forced to undergo rounds of therapy. The Character was rejuvenated with a false sense of purpose in life.

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