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Omega Vague share new space rock track from April 14 LP

Omega Vague is an American ethereal rock project created by Craig Douglas in Hartford, CT. As its main producer, singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist, Douglas is the only official member of the group and remains solely responsible for its direction. Omega Vague’s music straddles a wide range of genres including dream pop, shoegaze, darkwave, minimal ambient, and progressive rock.

Stream Omega Vague – “Afraid”

After lots of experimentation and early recordings dating back to 2005, Douglas started fresh with the project in 2014. With production and drumming assistance by David Keith, Douglas released Omega Vague, a collection of nine new tracks that put Omega Vague on the radar. Keith continued his production and drumming on Omega Vague’s follow up, Reveries in 2015. Both were nominated ‘best of’ albums on Shoegazer Alive. In 2016, Douglas released two more full-lengths, Tension Sessions and Obsolescent. The albums achieved widespread appreciation throughout the newly, re-invigorated, global shoegaze and dream pop circuit.

Aversion/Reversion is Omega Vague’s fifth official release since 2014. It contains seven new tracks and incorporates elements reminiscent of earlier releases, but is more expansive and theatrical. Sonically the album balances a fine line between light and dark, peaceful and somber, even blissful and grave. With Douglas’ signature, layered and lush vocal style over such a diverse collection of material, it may be Omega Vague’s strongest work to date.

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