500 units Limited edition. MelodicRock Classics is pleased to announce a one-time physical CD release of the acclaimed synthwave AOR debut from Swedish/American outfit Platforms. During a dark period in his life, from his apartment in Chicago, singer Jordan Cox filled his hard drive with countless songs that sat unrealized and unreleased. One day, he found Swedish producer/guitarist Michael Palace (Palace, Toby Hitchcock) on Instagram and sent him a direct message. After bonding over their appreciation for rock and modern synth music the two quickly began resurrecting Jordan's demos and writing new songs from scratch.
500 units Limited edition. MelodicRock Classics is pleased to announce a one-time physical CD release of the acclaimed synthwave AOR debut from Swedish/American outfit Platforms. During a dark period in his life, from his apartment in Chicago, singer Jordan Cox filled his hard drive with countless songs that sat unrealized and unreleased. One day, he found Swedish producer/guitarist Michael Palace (Palace, Toby Hitchcock) on Instagram and sent him a direct message. After bonding over their appreciation for rock and modern synth music the two quickly began resurrecting Jordan's demos and writing new songs from scratch.
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Format: CD
Rel. Date: 07/09/2021
UPC: 762184212128

The Future That Never Happened
Format: CD
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Dragon Energy
2. Sweetness
3. Day Ruiner
4. River in the Dark
5. Bring You Home
6. One Track Mind
7. Go All Night
8. Superficial Love
9. Out of the Valley
10. Vienna
11. Higher Ground

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500 units Limited edition. MelodicRock Classics is pleased to announce a one-time physical CD release of the acclaimed synthwave AOR debut from Swedish/American outfit Platforms. During a dark period in his life, from his apartment in Chicago, singer Jordan Cox filled his hard drive with countless songs that sat unrealized and unreleased. One day, he found Swedish producer/guitarist Michael Palace (Palace, Toby Hitchcock) on Instagram and sent him a direct message. After bonding over their appreciation for rock and modern synth music the two quickly began resurrecting Jordan's demos and writing new songs from scratch.