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Below is our complete Humality news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Humality's second EP, "Now Here," was just released yesterday and is now available for full streaming online.
"Now Here" was recorded at Brisbane Indigenous Media Association and produced/masterd by Clint Curtis. Artwork comes courtesy of KTB Design, and the full track listing is as follows:
This coming August 23rd, 2015 Humality will release new EP "Now Here," and today the band reveals the artwork. Humality comments:
"Once again we were lucky enough to have the talented KTB provide us with Part 2 of the EP artwork. The direction has incorporated the original ideas from the first EP with the story progressing to a darker stage, much like the music."
The "Now Here" track listing is as follows:
Humality has an official video clip out now for the new single "Trajectory," taken off the upcoming "Now Here" EP release.
This new video was filmed & edited by Vagary Visual and features contortionist Elizabeth Sparks. Check out the clip below, or you can get a digital copy of the "Trajectory" single at Bandcamp here.
Humality has issued the following announcement about dropping a new EP:
"It is with much excitement that we share with you our debut EP release ‘Nowhere.’ After a lengthy time of fine tuning the content and the pre and post production process, we are proud to make this CD available for everyone to hear.
"We would like to thank the following people for their time involved in the process of this release coming together: KTB Design, Brisbane Indigenous Media Association, Doru Tamas and you for your patience and interest in what we have been working on."
The track listing is as follows:
1. Within Truth Lies 04:14
2. The Proximity Effect 03:39
3. Amaurosis 04:24
4. Now Here 05:33
5. Submissive 03:52 More...
Brisbane, Australia's Humality has posted a video blog update showing the writing process for the band's debut album "The Proximity Effect," which is due for release in mid 2012. Check out the clip below. The band also commented:
"These updates will be a regular occurrence, taking you right through the entire process of writing/recording the full length album featuring some live footage of their upcoming gigs along the way."