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Feather - "Windblown Dream"

French musician Anthony Stinson is someone unique we think, known by his artist name Feather, is making waves in the music scene with his unique blend of post-rock, progressive metal, and atmospheric sounds. His latest release, "Windblown Dream," serves as the opener for his album 'Eternal' and is creating quite a buzz in the world of gothic, dark wave, and post-rock genres.

In "Windblown Dream," Feather takes us on a musical journey that defies traditional boundaries. This instrumental track seamlessly weaves together elements of post-rock's ethereal soundscapes, the intricate rhythms of progressive metal, and the haunting atmospheres of dark wave. The result is a dark, moody, and aggressive composition that demands your attention from the very first note.

Anthony Stinson, under the moniker Feather, has been honing his musical craft for over 15 years. However, it's in the last four years that he's emerged as a semi-professional indie music writer. His journey began with the release of his critically acclaimed prog-metal album, 'Convalescence,' which garnered recognition and praise from both fans and critics alike.

With 'Eternal,' Feather continues to push boundaries and explore the depths of his musical influences. The album promises to be a captivating fusion of darkwave, progressive metal, electronic, video game music, and post-rock. It's a testament to Feather's versatility as a musician and his willingness to experiment with diverse sounds and genres.

For those seeking music that's both challenging and emotionally resonant, Feather's "Windblown Dream" and the upcoming album 'Eternal' should be on your radar. With influences ranging from the likes of Volkor X to Tides From Nebula, Feather's unique sound is sure to leave a lasting impression on the world of alternative music. So, be sure to give "Windblown Dream" a listen and keep an eye out for the full 'Eternal' album, set to drop this September. Listen now.


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