Magic Bus after a 3-year silence they’re back with their 4th LP The Earth Years! Their releases so far: Magic Bus 2010, Transmissions 2014, Philip The Egg 2017. The new album contains new and familiar sonic influences and certainly a hint of the Grateful Dead, Gong and maybe even the Beatles..but very much the Magic Bus sound. The track New Day,
Psychedelic wizards Magic Bus have been weaving together their own cosmic tapestry for 10 years with sources as diverse as the Canterbury scene, California jam bands, eastern mysticism, and 70’s prog. The track Easy Om, are a soft modernized song of the early 70s Canterbury scene, with the use of lots of progressive elements and the band’s own particular style of continuing rhythm changing.
For the band… making music is a privilege and a joy. The beauty of music is its ability to turn a room full of strangers into a tribe of brothers and sisters. In the modern age, festivals are the closest expression to the Utopian vision and the band has always loved this environment. The music is full of hope, unexpected time tunnels and sun-drenched harmonies. The track Inca Trail,
Lyrically the bands pursue themes of spiritual quests, the search for Utopia and space-age exploration. Last year was a giant step up for the band. Touring Holland and Germany with the excellent Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Glastonbury Festival, Beautiful Days, Green Gathering and many more. The Bus have a new album coming out, their 4th long-player. Earth year’ is released on their own Back To The Garden label.