Poets of the Fall is celebrating the release of their latest album, Clearview, today. The collection is packed with ten incredible songs, including the band's recent single, Drama for Life.
You can buy the songs in both physical and digital formats on Amazon and MadSupply (the band's official store). Additionally you can check the album out on Spotify, here. If you want to watch the band live, they've just began their tour. Tickets and dates for the show, and for the "Meet and Greet" can be found on their official site.
Small tidbit for Quantum Break fans: Sam Lake (Creative Director at Remedy) revealed that initially the band was on board to create a special song for Quantum Break. Unfortunately due to contractual complications outside of both parties' control it couldn't happen. The song that was created for the game made it onto the album though and it's called The Labyrinth. Lake adds in a follow up tweet, "Silver lining: the version of The Labyrinth on @PoetsoftheFall #Clearview is even better than the version we'd have used in @QuantumBreak."
A bit of information about the band: Poets of the Fall has had a long history with Remedy, which officially started back in 2003 with Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne. For the game, POTF created their first song, Late Goodbye based on a poem by Sam Lake. Later, the band returned for Alan Wake, creating the custom songs The Poet and the Muse and Children of the Elder God. Their song War, from their album, Twilight Theater, also made an appearance in the game. Their latest project with the developers has been with Alan Wake's American Nightmare. Balance Slays the Demon was created specifically for the title, and The Happy Song (which also appeared in the album Temple of Thought) also appeared in the game.