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Nathan and Daisy Walter Josh Rauci

"Poetry and prose.

It's in the shape, the color,

the smell of a rose.

You left love letters,

written in your hand

For the careful eye to read."

The Quiet Science has always used music as a vehicle for their stories. Stories of loss and hopelessness, of redemption and renewal. But where do those stories end? The stories were always meant to bring the listener to this very place. A place of worship. That's why, for The Quiet Science, their third full-length album was a natural progression from Dark Words on Dark Wings. Where DWODW was the dark of night, "The Rekindling of the Stars" is the dawn. The main theme of the third album is restoration." 

“Rekindling is a title that has different meanings for us,” says Nathan Walter, front man for The Space Coast electro rock trio The Quiet Science. “In one sense, I imagine that when you look at creation and understand the creator that made us and the heavenlies, the stars become more beautiful as does the world around us. In another sense, I imagine that we are the stars and when we find the hope that we have in Him, we become brighter - that we can shine out into the dark for the world to see.  We wanted to write a worship album that can be deeply personal for the individual but that can also be sung as a community.”


The Quiet Science has toured the country, sharing the road with such artists as Switchfoot, Showbread, Abandon Kansas, Sleeping At Last, Cool Hand Luke, Future of Forestry, Remedy Drive, and The City Harmonic. The Quiet Science’s first full length album, [With/Without], gained the band much attention on radio and has been featured in Relevant Magazine and podcasts as well as E!’s Married to Rock.  The album was chosen by several online music sites as one of the top indie albums of the year. Dark Words on Dark Wings built on the success of [With/Without] and was featured in Alternative Press, HM Magazine, and Substream Magazine. They were featured at the HM Magazine stage at SXSW, and their music video for “A Dying Breed” charted on RadioU.

With influences ranging from U2, Radiohead, and Depeche Mode the band’s sound lands somewhere between Chvrches and Hillsong United but with a sound that is all their own.

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