About grieve the astronaut
In 2015, GRIEVE THE ASTRONAUT was born out of a vision to inspire people to follow their own dreams utilizing our music as the soundtrack on their journey. Our music has been described sonically as a blend of the soundscape of Pink Floyd and Cold Play. The visual elements of our show has been carefully crafted to create a dynamic that emphasizes the dynamics of our music and incorporates a light show and narrative that captures the essence of our message.
In 2017, GRIEVE THE ASTRONAUT will debut the new show and new songs. The new show is a combination of our debut CD in full as well as other compositions written collaboratively. The show will also incorporate aspects of sounds directly from NASA’s soundboard to give the audience the perspective of the past, present and future of our muse…the metaphor of the astronaut!
"Sounds good man..you have an Al Stewart thing to your voice which is cool...nice arrangements and playing."
“Great stuff man. Love the harmonies.”
~Steve Lukather, TOTO
"Wow! Really melodic, dynamic, powerful and emotionally stimulating! Good stuff Raymond! I love the vocals and keyboard work! The guitar player kicks ass as well as the rest of the band. Awesome!"
~Steve Lynch, Autograph
“Ray Hayden’s keyboard crush on all things prog rock” (Strangely Alright "STUFF" Review) ~www.officiallyrocks.com
"Grieve the Astronaut - a plenary vision of music which is devastatingly gorgeous."
"This ... is one of those artist that will make you think about music and a whole new light."
"Quite a journey to be enjoyed."
"Grieve the Astronaut is both thought provoking and entertaining. Raymond Hayden has given us one for the ages. With his music as our compass, we can shoot for the moon and beyond."
"This band is an amazing cornucopia of musical genius!"
"Everything about this release just oozes with talent, class and imagination"
"Ray Hayden does for the ears what Dr Scholl's does for the feet. Soothes..."
"Inspire[s] us today to keep reaching for new heights in our everyday worlds and in the bigger picture of life itself"~Matt Nagle, Tacoma Weekly
"Finding Joy With Grieve The Astronaut"~Seattle Wave Radio
"I like the music a lot and your voice sounds great, Raymond."
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