Dear Gravity - Voyager
Combining elements of post-rock and ambient, Dear Gravity does a fantastic job at creating the perfect backdrop that is filled with unforgettable moments. From their latest ep, The Pilgrimage Series: Departure comes the peaceful track, “Voyager.”
The song opens with an intimate piano melody that echoes into the background. Paired with this is a series of spacious pads, and together they create quite a cozy environment. We hear bits of a string section that weaves in and out of focus, bringing with it a slightly melancholic touch. “Voyager” is a beautiful piece of work and one that pairs amazingly well with this foggy afternoon, here in Norway.
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