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Norwegian Progressive Metal MastersRENDEZVOUS POINTShare New Single "Utopia"



Marking the third track from their new album, 'Dream Chaser,' Norwegian progressive metal m

Marking the third track from their new album, 'Dream Chaser,' Norwegian progressive metal masters RENDEZVOUS POINT share a new single - "Utopia." Along with a visualizer, "Utopia" follows previous singles "Don't Look Up" and "Oslo Syndrome."



Following in the footsteps of their critically acclaimed sophomore album 'Universal Chaos,' RENDEZVOUS POINT's highly anticipated third full-length album 'Dream Chaser' is due out June 21st via Long Branch Records. The 5-piece around Leprous drummer Baard Kolstad, keyboardist Nicolay Tangen Svennæs, singer Geirmund Hansen, guitarist Petter Hallaråker and bass player Gunn-Hilde Erstad continues to push boundaries with more concise songwriting and a wider focus on groove, riffs, melodies, and hooks.



Singer Geirmund Hansen comments on the new single "Utopia":


"As a child, you often search for ideals and someone to look up to. Very often, you can find those ideals in close family relations, and they become your guide. Later in life, there’s a breaking point where you must find your own path and that sometimes can lead to a lacking feeling of belonging and you end up in the middle of two different spheres, Dystopia."sters RENDEZVOUS POINT share a new single - "Utopia." Along with a visualizer, "Utopia" follows previous singles

 

Following in the footsteps of their critically acclaimed sophomore album 'Universal Chaos,' RENDEZVOUS POINT's highly anticipated third full-length album 'Dream Chaser' is due out June 21st via Long Branch Records. The 5-piece around Leprous drummer Baard Kolstad, keyboardist Nicolay Tangen Svennæs, singer Geirmund Hansen, guitarist Petter Hallaråker and bass player Gunn-Hilde Erstad continues to push boundaries with more concise songwriting and a wider focus on groove, riffs, melodies, and hooks.

 

Singer Geirmund Hansen comments on the new single "Utopia":


"As a child, you often search for ideals and someone to look up to. Very often, you can find those ideals in close family relations, and they become your guide. Later in life, there’s a breaking point where you must find your own path and that sometimes can lead to a lacking feeling of belonging and you end up in the middle of two different spheres, Dystopia."

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