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The first single of the fifth album "Estranged" by Netherlands-based American indie folk act Dusty Stray resembles a ghost. A friendly ghost. On first listen, the gentle, dreamy track sounds like a lullaby. But, “Through The Atmosphere” is actually a reflection on mortality, death and the afterlife. The hypnotic guitar picking and twinkling keys as well as the lack of a chorus lends to the ethereal feel of the song. Like much of Dusty Stray’s material, it takes you to a place filled with both joy and sadness.
The video to the song was shot in the Pacific Northwest and was directed by critically acclaimed American indie filmmaker Morgan Dews.
“Through The Atmosphere” is from the upcoming Dusty Stray album Estranged out on October 12, 2018 (Great Waters). Produced by Kramer. The album is available for pre-order here.