TILES: 'Sacred & Mundane' Video Posted Online

"Sacred & Mundane", the new video from Detroit-based progressive rock band TILES, can be viewed below..

Says the band: "Although 'Sacred & Mundane' features RUSH's Alex Lifeson on a host of guitars, he only makes a fleeting two-dimensional appearance in the video in the guise of his alter ego 'Victor' ...just for fun."

"Sacred & Mundane" comes off the group's new album, "Fly Paper", which came out last month via InsideOut Music.

TILES's official CD-release party for "Fly Paper" will be held on Sunday, March 9 at the Magic Bag in Detroit.

"Fly Paper" (cover artwork) was produced by Terry Brown (RUSH, FATES WARNING, VOIVOD) and includes the following songs:

01. Hide In My Shadow
02. Sacred & Mundane (feat. Alex Lifeson)
03. Back & Forth (feat. Alannah Myles)
04. Landscrape
05. Markers
06. Dragons, Dreams & Daring Deeds (feat. Kim Mitchell)
07. Crowded Emptiness (feat. Hugh Syme)
08. Hide & Seek

Additional special guests include Sonya Mastick (percussion), Matthew Parmenter (keyboards/vocals) and Nate Mills (vocals).


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