Craig Owens Reveals Cinematic Sunrise News

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Craig Owens just revealed great news for fans of one of his side projects. If you were hoping it was news about Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows (or D.R.U.G.S. like we know it), then sadly this update is not for you.

If you are/were a fan of Owens’ Cinematic Sunrise, then you are the people we’re looking at.

Earlier in the day, a fan posted a tweet about wanting another Cinematic Sunrise album for the new year, including Owens’ Twitter handle in the message. What she probably didn’t expect was that Owens would respond to the message revealing that the group currently had six new songs; all record after 2012, but it has not been an easy feat.

Cinematic Sunrise guitarist, Bryan Beeler, also chimed in on the new music by jokingly writing, “Sounds like a New Years resolution…think people would want new songs? #CinSun2015 #NewRecord #WorldTour”

Now, we’re not completely sure if this was some form of confirmation that a new Cinematic Sunrise album might be in the works with a possible release time frame of 2015, but it would be a mean joke if it wasn’t true.

Check out the Twitter exchange below and tell us what you think about it? Yes? No? Maybe so?

https://twitter.com/imjustJerry/status/549983690458423296
https://twitter.com/craigowens/status/549984795900407809

https://twitter.com/craigowens/status/549997582622019585

Cinematic Sunrise released their debut, and only album, A Coloring Storybook and Long Playing Record back in 2008 through Equal Vision Records.

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