Praised for its “dramatic swells and ebbs, swirling walls of guitar (and) thunderclouds of percussion” (Tampa Bay Times), Set and Setting’s Prosthetic debut, A Vivid Memory, features eight genre-defying instrumental odysseys depicting one’s perspective of the final moments of life before death. In advance of the album’s September 2nd release, the band has unveiled the record’s third track, “Acceptance,” via the below YouTube stream.
A Vivid Memory was recorded at Pinecrust Studios in Miami and was produced, engineered and mixed by Ryan Haft (Torche, Capsule). Mastering was completed by Nick Zampiello (Pelican, ISIS, Junius) at New Alliance East. Handal commented on the album: “Although A Vivid Memory is all instrumental, it is a conceptual album based on the tragedy of loss and death from both the insider and outsider’s perspective. The themes throughout the album incorporate all cycles of emotion that typically come along with such an event in someone’s life.”