New Noise Magazine is pleased to be bringing forth the exception premiere of “Static Hymn” from instrumental group Tides of Man. The track is off their upcoming release, Every Nothing, out on August 3rd!

“It’s been an amazing process writing Every Nothing together as a band. We pushed ourselves and each other beyond what we thought we were capable of and we put our all into this record. We are very proud to finally release it!” – Tides Of Man


Tides of Man is an instrumental post-rock band from Tampa, Florida. The band consists of Josh Gould (drums), Alan Jaye (bass), Daniel Miller (guitar), and Spencer Gill (guitar). They formed over 10 years ago, building a local following in Tampa Bay, Florida before being picked up by Portland record label, Rise Records.

They went on to release an EP (2008), and 2 full length albums (Empire Theory and Dreamhouse) before parting ways with their singer and label and going fully instrumental. They then successfully crowdfunded their third full length album, Young and Courageous, which was self-released in 2014. This was their first instrumental record, which was well received by both fans and media. Their music has been described as layered, with mesmerizing tone textures, beautiful in a certain way that allows listeners to attach their own experiences and emotions to the music.

Tides of Man have toured the US and Europe – recently playing End of the Road and Dunk! Festivals, sharing stages with the likes of Caspian, Russian Circles, AFI, EF and more. They have just finished recording their second instrumental full length album, Every Nothing, with producers Mike Watts at Vudu Studios (As Cities Burn, The Dear Hunter, As Tall As Lions) and Spencer Bradham at Cleartrack Studios.

This collection of 12 songs explores the theme that sometimes the most insignificant moments one takes for granted can be the most important. When looking back, these small moments can be life defining. Sonically, Every Nothing shows a darker and more brooding side of the bands writing, often letting the listener drift through the atmosphere of each song.

Look out for Every Nothing, out in late summer 2018.

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