Above & Beyond - Common Ground Album

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Above & Beyond Release ‘Common Ground’ Album

Above & Beyond have produced yet another powerful new album with 'Common Ground'.

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Above & Beyond. A trio from England who just continue to be a huge attraction to the world of Trance. This trio continue to headline shows around the world, pushing their sounds to the world and heading up one of the biggest labels in the world with Anjunabeats. Now we have their latest album ‘Common Ground‘ and it’s mind-blowing.

It has been a busy few years for Above & Beyond in terms of new music arriving to the scene. A number of albums have arrived, with the release of their Acoustic albums, as well as their ‘We Are All We Need‘ album, which just seems to sky-rocket their reputation that little bit higher. Now we have their latest album ‘Common Ground’, which has been teased for a number of months now. And let’s just say that this album will not be a disappointment for those listening.

Over the last few months we have received a number of singles from the trio teasing what we will hear on the album. ‘Tightrope‘, which features Marty Longstaff, kicked off what we could expect and it was a huge Trance anthem fuelled with nothing but emotion. This was followed up with singles such as ‘My Own Hymn’, the enormous track ‘Northern Soul‘, as well as ‘Always’. This new album, judging by the singles, was everything that we wanted.

And ‘Common Ground’ has now delivered on all that we expected. It’s an emotional journey which we would expect to hear from Above & Beyond. It has all of the sounds which you would expect to hear. And it features many of the vocalists which the trio have worked with over the years. Zoe Johnston and Richard Bedford play a key part in a number of tracks. A number of those tracks on the album really stand out, with the likes of ‘Bittersweet & Blue’, and ‘Cold Feet’ which features Justine Suissa, a vocalist we hope they continue to work with. It’s a brilliant new album, we hope more is to come in the following months.

You can download ‘Common Ground’ here.

Photo Credit: Luke Dyson

Above & Beyond - Common Ground Album

Common Ground.

Above & Beyond. A trio from England who just continue to be a huge attraction to the world of Trance. This trio continue to headline shows around the world, pushing their sounds to the world and heading up one of the biggest labels in the world with Anjunabeats. Now we have their latest album ‘Common Ground‘ and it’s mind-blowing.

It has been a busy few years for Above & Beyond in terms of new music arriving to the scene. A number of albums have arrived, with the release of their Acoustic albums, as well as their ‘We Are All We Need‘ album, which just seems to sky-rocket their reputation that little bit higher. Now we have their latest album ‘Common Ground’, which has been teased for a number of months now. And let’s just say that this album will not be a disappointment for those listening.

Common Ground.

Over the last few months we have received a number of singles from the trio teasing what we will hear on the album. ‘Tightrope‘, which features Marty Longstaff, kicked off what we could expect and it was a huge Trance anthem fuelled with nothing but emotion. This was followed up with singles such as ‘My Own Hymn’, the enormous track ‘Northern Soul‘, as well as ‘Always’. This new album, judging by the singles, was everything that we wanted.

And ‘Common Ground’ has now delivered on all that we expected. It’s an emotional journey which we would expect to hear from Above & Beyond. It has all of the sounds which you would expect to hear. And it features many of the vocalists which the trio have worked with over the years. Zoe Johnston and Richard Bedford play a key part in a number of tracks. A number of those tracks on the album really stand out, with the likes of ‘Bittersweet & Blue’, and ‘Cold Feet’ which features Justine Suissa, a vocalist we hope they continue to work with. It’s a brilliant new album, we hope more is to come in the following months.

You can download ‘Common Ground’ here.

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