TRANSATLANTIC: Cover Of YES' 'And You And I' Available For Streaming

December 16, 2013

Progressive-rock supergroup TRANSATLANTIC, featuring Mike Portnoy, Neal Morse, Roine Stolt and Pete Trewavas, will release its fourth studio album, "Kaleidoscope", on January 27, 2014 via InsideOut Music.

"Kaleidoscope" will be released on four different formats, including a limited-edition deluxe artbook with 2CDs, DVD and bonus 5.1 mix DVD-video in an LP-sized book with loads of pictures, liner notes and a lenticular card cover. There will also be 2CD and DVD mediabook, standard 2CD jewelcase and a 3LP and 2CD in slipcase. Pre-orders for the album will begin on the InsideOut shop on December 27.

The full track listing for both discs can be found below.


01. Into The Blue (25:13)
02. Shine (7:28)
03. Black As the Sky (6:45)
04. Beyond The Sun (4:31)
05. Kaleidoscope (31:53)

CD2 (Bonus CD):

01. And You And I (YES cover) (10:45)
02. Can't Get It Out Of My Head (ELO cover) (4:46)
03. Conquistador (PROCOL HARUM cover) (4:13)
04. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (ELTON JOHN) (3:20)
05. Tin Soldier (SMALL FACES cover) (3:22)
06. Sylvia (FOCUS cover) (3:49)
07. Indiscipline (KING CRIMSON cover) (4:45)
08. Nights In White Satin (THE MOODY BLUES cover) (6:13)

TRANSATLANTIC's cover version of YES' "And You And I" can be streamed using the SoundCloud widget below.

The official video for the song "Shine" can be seen below. The clip was filmed in September in London, England.

TRANSATLANTIC will embark on a six-week world tour that will see them joined once again by PAIN OF SALVATION's Daniel Gildenlöw as a fifth touring member. As part of the extensive tour, the band will also headline the Progressive Nation At Sea 2014 cruise from February 18 until February 22 alongside 22 other leading prog acts. This unique performance will see the band performing a very special encore of classic YES material with the legendary Jon Anderson on vocals.


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