Hemisphere just released their aptly titled single, "Transmission". Its from the band's latest album American Dreams. The American Dreams album is meant to emphasize and promote the spirit of unity, diversity, and equality.
Each song on American Dreams tells a piece of the band's storied journey. "Transmission" is a bright, melodic, and vocally harmonious track about communication, confusion, and social media. The witty lyrics and impressive instrumentation and futuristic vibe make this a really fun song to stream and enjoy. "Sometimes I get confused transmissions, hard to understand."
Hemisphere is a Southern California based band made up of seasoned musicians. Rob Shinno formed Hemisphere with sax player Don Bowman and released the CD ‘Blue Planet Dreams’ which also garnered critical acclaim and was nominated for ‘Best Album of the Year’ by the San Diego Music awards. Don is the lead vocalist and well as wind instrumentalist for the band who has a very emotive style and delivery. Influenced by George Michael and the harmonies of Manhattan Transfer, Don's vocals are showcased on the new American Dreams album. Mike McQuilken holds down the creative rhythmic structures for the band with a passion for feel and adaptability. Max Zape adds his pizzaz as one of the busiest keyboardists in San Diego with over 30 years of experience. He was a major force on Hemisphere's Destinations album and the band seems glad he's back for more on American Dreams. And holding down Hemisphere's bass is Nathan Brown. Originally from Detroit, MI., he's now one of San Diego's most expressive bass guitarists.Take a listen:
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