Explosions in the sky the band shared a new track called “Flying,” which they filmed for the documentary “Nature” in Texas.
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The “Flying” number, which lights up slowly, is distinguished by its guitar tones and the melodic tones of the keyboard. This track is distributed along with a film clip, which includes slow shots of the bird (especially the Vermilion pilot).
Watch the “Flight” clip below:
“Flight” is the second track from “Big Bend (original soundtrack for public television)” after “Blasts in the Sky” was shared. “Climbing Bear” last month. The full 20-track album will be released on October 1, the day before the documentary Big Bend: The wild border of Texas – Broadcast on PBS channel.
According to Thomas Haden Church, the documentary “reveals Western dramas as the animals themselves say.”
The PBS concept continues: “Demonstrating the natural magic of the Big Bend for a year, the film searches for its hidden places and wildlife, including many species of birds, butterflies, bats, reptiles, cacti and scorpions. more species of these creatures than in other national parks.
The latest album from Explosions In The Sky was released in 2016 with The Wilderness.
They celebrated their 20th anniversary as a group in 2019, sharing a jubilee trip to Hammersmith Apollo in London and reprinted versions of a number of classic albums.