For 5 years the 7 musicians around initiator and keyboarder Andreas Hack are dealing with extraordinary Prog-Music. Their thematically linked debut albums "Personal Effects 1" and "Personal Effects 2", as well as the follow up "Ghosts" have been thrilling the fans of atmospheric Prog-Music, and coined the term of "Cinematic Prog" as the band's style. Thereby, the extraordinary instruments are a real eye-, or ear-catcher: Clarinette, E-harp, and several mideval instruments like Gemshorn find a place next to singer Antje Auer on the overlong tracks. The lyrics – partly inspired by Romanic or Victorian poems – are perceiveing theirselves just as accessory parts to a unique sound construction. At the same time, the band doesn’t have any appeal to be exceptional by all means: "We want to call up the listeners associations, and don’t make up selected pictures. Our music wants to be discovered, and should awake and challenge our listeners with special instruments." , Mastermind Andreas Hack points out: "I'm glad to have found a more than dignified Lead Singer with Antje." Frequency Drift are now taking advantage of their Show at the famous "Night Of The Prog" Festival 2012 to release their latest opus "Laid To Rest" together with the RPWL-lablel Gentle Art Of Music.
"Still I gazed, and still the form Pressed upon my aching sight Still I braved the howling storm When the ghost dissolved in night." (Frequency Drift – "Cold", inspired by Percy Bysshe Shelley)