Yes Reveal New Album Details

2014-04-03 by Onirium | 32 Comments
Recently, legendary progressive rock band Yes announced details about their upcoming 21st studio album, officially entitled "Heaven and Earth." The band recorded the new record between January and March, and scheduled a release on 8 July of this year.

"Heaven and Earth" will be the band's first album with new singer Jon Davison, who took the role of vocalist after Benoît David left Yes. Davison states that the new album will have eight tracks and will be produced and mixed by veteran producer Roy Thomas Baker and engineered by ex-Yes member Billy Sherwood.

Bassist Chris Squire stated that Davison "has contributed very strongly to [the new album] in terms of writing, both musically and lyrically [...] he has pretty much written all the lyrics for this album". Here is the lineup for "Heaven and Earth":

Jon Davison – lead vocals
Steve Howe – guitars, backing vocals
Chris Squire – bass, backing vocals
Geoff Downes – keyboards
Alan White – drums, percussion

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ProjectFreak
April 3rd 2014
1546 Comments


I love this band but they need to stop

Ire
April 3rd 2014
41851 Comments


won't rule but one can hope

adace1
April 3rd 2014
231 Comments


Looking forward to it. The last album was actually pretty good.

fallenbird
April 3rd 2014
4230 Comments


Why do we have to be so cynical about new albums from old bands? Let's just enjoy it when it comes out.

Veldin
April 3rd 2014
2228 Comments


PREACH IT MAN

climactic
April 3rd 2014
20361 Comments


why

PorcelainRain
April 3rd 2014
537 Comments


I'm excited!

Static
April 3rd 2014
2656 Comments


that is one day before my birthday

Static
April 3rd 2014
2656 Comments


magnification was decent but that was also 13 fuckin years ago

Mabbitt
April 3rd 2014
1391 Comments


I thought Fly From Here was pretty enjoyable, no reason to believe this will be awful

Mythodea
April 3rd 2014
2071 Comments


Well, anyone can see that comments are a little more positive than they were at the last article announcing that Yes would be recording a new album. All I can say is that I stay positive, even though I haven't checked their recent work.

JS19
April 3rd 2014
4671 Comments


guyz stop Fly From Here made me feel ill

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sonictheplumber
April 3rd 2014
5237 Comments


im guessin 2 or 2.5

im more excited to see them play fragile this summer

Ire
April 3rd 2014
41851 Comments


same im going

sonictheplumber
April 3rd 2014
5237 Comments


anyone who doesnt go sucks balls

Mythodea
April 3rd 2014
2071 Comments


Where is this show going to take place?

Ire
April 3rd 2014
41851 Comments


; )

Onirium
April 3rd 2014
2580 Comments


I my opinion, Fly From Here was their best album in 30 years. Not CttE quality, but at least Drama
quality. The t/t and Into the Storm were some really great tracks, and Benoît David's vocals did the
job a lot better than I expected. Definitely a 4 in my opinion. I have hope for this one, but I think
it'll sound more like an imitation of Fragile than anything else, as the new singer sings a lot like
Anderson. Plus, the name "Heaven and Earth" is like too much. I'm guessing a 3 or 3.5

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JS19
April 3rd 2014
4671 Comments


'I my opinion, Fly From Here was their best album in 30 years.'

-__________________________________________-

Hovse
April 3rd 2014
1191 Comments


dam

menawati
Contributing Reviewer
April 3rd 2014
16387 Comments


announcement fills me with apathy

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Onirium
April 3rd 2014
2580 Comments


" 'I my opinion, Fly From Here was their best album in 30 years.'

-__________________________________________- "

Okay, so you're going to tell me that Big Generator is better than Fly From Here?


Onirium
April 3rd 2014
2580 Comments


"Love will find a way
If you want it to
Love will find a way
Love will find a way for me and you"





Mythodea
April 4th 2014
2071 Comments


Well, I don't know about big generator or fly from here, but i sure enjoyed 90125! Owner of a lonely heart and Changes...Lov' em!

Uranium
April 4th 2014
7381 Comments


these guys made tom sawyer, i believe

Mythodea
April 4th 2014
2071 Comments


''these guys made tom sawyer, i believe''

What do you mean? The song?

Uranium
April 4th 2014
7381 Comments


yes

Uranium
April 4th 2014
7381 Comments


as in the band yes

Mythodea
April 4th 2014
2071 Comments


No, my friend, this song is by the band Rush.

Uranium
April 4th 2014
7381 Comments


no no

Uranium
April 4th 2014
7381 Comments


bruv i meant yes, as in, yes the band rush made a cover of the mark twain book, tom sawyer, which was originally written by yes and then covered by rush

Mythodea
April 4th 2014
2071 Comments


I'm sorry, but it's either me being a retard, or your sentence making completely no sense...



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