UNITED PROGRESSIVE FRATERNITY: Launch Lyric Video For 'Intersection'

United Progressive Fraternity are set to release their debut album 'Fall In Love With The […]
November 7, 2014

United Progressive Fraternity are set to release their debut album 'Fall In Love With The World' on the 10th November 2014 in Europe. The band can now reveal a lyric video for the track 'Intersection', and you can you check that out here:

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The band had this to say about the track:
'It was back in late 2013 when Sean and I were working on the concept for "Turn Left" which was to be the next album for Unitopia, and where this track was born. The original idea was tell the story of direction and understanding the decisions that we must take in a world that is confused, always asking ourselves if we are on the right path. As always in life there is something standing in the way and from that we must learn to overcome the problems we face. The original arrangement had a heavy ELP-Moraz piano but I felt it was too cliché and not original to the sound that we were looking for. Matt and Marek soon came up with a brilliant duet for this section which enhanced the piece and gave it its own originality. Intersection is a musical journey of hope and vision.'

The release will arrive as a special edition digipak CD, 180g gatefold 2 LP (incl album and additional bonus track on CD) & digital download, and the full track-listing can be found below:
1. We Only Get One World (Overture)
2. Choices
3. Intersection
4. The Water
5. Don't Look Back – Turn Left
6. Travelling Man (The Story Of ESHU)
7. Fall In Love With The World
8. Religion Of War

You can check out a video for the track 'The Water' featuring Jon Anderson (Yes) here: https://youtu.be/Fz2nYmeG7R0

Formed from the ashes of respected Australian progressive rockers Unitopia, the band sees Matt Williams, Dave Hopgood, Tim Irrgang & Mark 'Truey' Trueack joined by Guy Manning (Manning, The The Tangent), Daniel Mash (Maschine, The Tangent), & Marek Arnold (Toxic Smile, Seven Steps to the Green Door, Cyril, Flaming Row). The forthcoming album also features guest appearances from Jon Anderson of Yes, as well as Steve Hackett of Genesis.


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