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Uriah ‘The Stars and their Places’ Album Details Revealed


The stars have been here since the beginning of time. The nautical traveler used celestial navigation to help them across the oceans. Each star is strategically placed,perfectly aligned in its rightful position. Earth’s very source of life, the sun, is a star. The motion of the stars is used to calculate seconds, minutes, days, months, and years.

Genesis 1:14-15

“And God said, ‘Let there be lights in the vault of the sky to separate the day from the night, and let them serve as signs to mark sacred times, and days, and years, and let them be lights in the vault of the sky to give light on the earth.’ And it was so.”

We all long for those things in our lives that are constant, for me it has always been the stars. Each time I’ve reached a high or low point in my life, I count it as a star and look forward to new accounts in the future. In this project I highlight a few of those moments, love found, love lost, my struggle with faith and my attempt to escape before ultimately choosing light. I’ve evolved drastically in the last 6 years and I wanted to convey that transformation sonically. I believe we are all unfinished, and growing by the season, by the end of this album I declare my faith and profess my love. Here are my stars, these are their places.

1. Lift Off
2. Light Years (produced by Josh)
3. The Opus (produced by TaQtix)
4. Moon Woman (produced by Zay)
5. Higher (Interlude) (produced by Austin Celaya)
6. Damsel (produced by TaQtix)
7. Elle Parle (featuring Nicole Olive)
8. Love, War, Fair: Redux (produced by Josh)
9. Better as Kings (produced by Furious, Josh)
10. Constellations / Escape Paradox (produced by Josh)
11. The Wake (with Armond) (produced by Robin Wrede)
12. Untitled (produced by Mario Reveles)
13. Ultra (produced by Sergio Romero)
14. Landing

Release Date: 11.27.11


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