Yes Announce New LP 'Mirror To The Sky' With First Single Cut From The Stars

Friday, 10 March 2023 Written by Jon Stickler

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Yes have announced their 23rd studio album.

The follow-up to 2021's 'The Quest' is called 'Mirror To The Sky' and will arrive through Inside Out Music on May 19. Alongside the news, the band have shared a video for the opening track, Cut From The Stars, a lush and layered masterclass in prog-rock.

Produced by Steve Howe, Yes' longest serving member, and guitarist, the record features four songs clocking in at over eight minutes, with the title track coming in just shy of 14. Howe said:

"We kept the continuity in the approach we established on 'The Quest', but we haven’t repeated ourselves. That was the main thing. As Yes did in the seventies, from one album to another, we’re growing and moving forward. In later years, Yes often got going but then didn’t do the next thing. This album is demonstrative of us growing, and building again."

Yes recently announced that drummer Jay Schellen has joined the band on a permanent basis. following the death of Alan White in May 2022. They'll embark on a previously confirmed UK and European tour later this spring, during which they'll perform 1974's 'Relayer' in full.

The shows will be made up of two sets. The first will feature new material and favourite classic tracks from the band's huge catalogue, before they return to play 'Relayer' in full for the second set.

'Mirror To The Sky' tracklist:

1. Cut From The Stars
2. All Connected
3. Luminosity
4. Living Out Their Dream
5. Mirror to the Sky
6. Circles of Time

1. Unknown Place
2. One Second Is Enough
3. Magic Potion

Yes Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sun May 07 2023 - LISBON Campo Pequeno (Portugal)
Mon May 08 2023 - MADRID Sala Riviera (Spain)
Tue May 09 2023 - BARCELONA Razzmatazz (Spain)
Thu May 11 2023 - PADOVA Gran Teatro Geox (Italy)
Fri May 12 2023 - MILAN Teatro Dal Verme (Italy)
Sat May 13 2023 - ROME Teatro della Conciliazione (Italy)
Mon May 15 2023 - VIENNA Arena (Austria)
Tue May 16 2023 - ZURICH Kongresshaus (Switzerland)
Thu May 18 2023 - PRAGUE Forum Karlin (Czech Republic)
Fri May 19 2023 - HALLE Steintor Variete (Germany)
Sun May 21 2023 - BERLIN Admiralspalast (Germany)
Mon May 22 2023 - WROCLAW Narodow Forum Muzyki (Poland)
Tue May 23 2023 - WARSAW Stodola (Poland)
Thu May 25 2023 - TALLINN Alexela Concert Hall (Estonia)
Fri May 26 2023 - HELSINKI Kulttuuritalo (Finland)
Sun May 28 2023 - STOCKHOLM Cirkus (Sweden)
Mon May 29 2023 - OSLO Sentrum Scene (Norway)
Tue May 30 2023 - AARHUS Train (Denmark)
Thu June 01 2023 - HELSINGOR Kulturværftet (Denmark)
Fri June 02 2023 - MONCHENGLADBACH Red Box (Germany)
Sat June 03 2023 - UTRECHT TivoliVredenburg (Netherlands)
Mon June 05 2023 - PARIS SALLE PLEYEL (France)
Tue June 06 2023 - LEUVEN Het Depot (Belgium)
Wed June 07 2023 - ESCH SUR ALZETTE ROCKHAL (Luxembourg)

Sat June 10 2023 - BIRMINGHAM Symphony Hall
Sun June 11 2023 - SOUTHEND Cliffs Pavilion
Mon June 12 2023 - YORK Barbican
Wed June 14 2023 - GLASGOW Royal Concert Hall
Thu June 15 2023 - GATESHEAD Sage
Fri June 16 2023 - LIVERPOOL Philharmonic Hall
Sun June 18 2023 - MANCHESTER Bridgewater
Tue June 20 2023 - LONDON Eventim Apollo
Sat June 15 2024 - GATESHEAD Sage Two

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