I Hear Sirens

2013-05-08 13:27:30 UTC
I Hear Sirens Profile

Salt Lake City UT, United States (2005 – present)

I Hear Sirens is a four member post-rock band from Salt Lake City, Utah. The band was formed in the Fall of 2005 by Daved Harris (guitar) and David Qualls (drums). Despite shifting lineups early in the project, their DIY attitude and strong appeal to fans have remained intact.


2007 - I Hear Sirens EP 2009 - Beyond The Sea, Beneath The Sky 2013 - Between Consciousness And Sleep

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Maybe a lot of people know this by now but for those who don't, if you've ever wonder where does the name this website [ TheSirensSound ] comes from or what literally inspired me to start this music blog back in 2007. Well the answer is [ I Hear Sirens ]. If this band were not in existence, then [ TheSirensSound ] wouldn't be here today. So yes I convey a MASSIVE THANKS to [ I Hear Sirens ] to have inspired me six years ago with their self-title album to the point where I created this blog and start sharing music.

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I Hear Sirens - Between Consciousness And Sleep Artist - I Hear Sirens Album - Between Consciousness And Sleep Release Date - 2013 Genre - Post-rock, Experimental, Instrumental Tracklist 1. Between Consciousness And Sleep 06:43 2. Lights And Clockwork 05:31 3. Illuminating Frequencies 05:14 4. Pyrrhic Victory 04:04 5. I Am The Fading Sun 05:55 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- BANDCAMP I Hear Sirens - Between Consciousness And Sleep DEPOSITFILES I Hear Sirens - Between Consciousness And Sleep -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - I Hear Sirens Album - Beyond the Sea, Beneath the Sky [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2009 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock Tracklist 1 O Failing Vessel, Brave the Violent Sea 6:48 2 Pale Moon, Guide Us Ashore 4:05 3 Drowning City Skyline 4:10 4 From The Clocktower 4:58 5 The March 5:49 6 Deception Has a Way With Words 5:29 7 The Faint Reflection of Stars 3:32 8 Breath on Glass 6:13 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- BANDCAMP I Hear Sirens - Beyond the Sea, Beneath the Sky FILEFACTORY I Hear Sirens - Beyond the Sea, Beneath the Sky -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - I Hear Sirens Album - I Hear Sirens [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2007 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock Tracklist 1 This Is the Last Time I'll Say Goodbye 5:02 2 Like a Leaf From a Tree in Its Dying Season 5:52 3 September Isn't Too Far and I'm Not Sure I'll Return 3:38 4 Everything Was Black and White Except the City Lights 6:24 5 Ashes Fall Like Snowflakes, Burning the Sea 8:59 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- BANDCAMP I Hear Sirens - Beyond the Sea, Beneath the Sky FILEFACTORY I Hear Sirens - I Hear Sirens -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- B.O.S ~ Condre SCR ~ johnytwentythree ~ F.O.D.M ~ This Will Destroy You -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I Hear Sirens --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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