Chayan is from Lanchasire in UK. They espouse a heady mixture of rock, electronica, progressive metal and folk topped off with ethereal vocal harmonies and majestic arrangements. Folk rock, progressive metal, alt-instrumental. Genre busting. You decide. Their last effort is the new album Forgotten Dreams Of An Unbeliever. Some have named the music as genre-busting and brimming with originality, with strong roots in the past but with a modern progressive twist! The line-up: Chayan is Michelle Hill on vocals, Mik Wilson on drums and percussion, Jake Heaton on guitars and Andy Dewhurst on keyboards and bass guitar. The track Master Of Oblivion,
The lyrics deals with chapter’s myths, dreams, battles and legends all tell their own tales. Myths concerns itself with epic storytelling across the eons. Dreams features songs of Thomas Covenant The Unbeliever (from the books by Stephen R. Donaldson). Battles retells the old English poem Battle Of Maldon. Legends takes inspiration from fables and heroes of old.