Las Vegas Sibling Duo Releases Much Anticipated Electronic Album

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Shadow Pilot, founded by siblings Joe and Alaina Ferris, releases five-song EP after the highly publicized remix of their song “Long Days” by hip-hop artists Somobe. The album, titled 2AM, tailors 1990s trip-hop themes with dreamlike lyrics, sultry voices and driving electronic textures.

The success of Somobe’s remix inspired us to take our time finishing the project so we could hire world-class audio engineers.

Shadow Pilot was formed in Las Vegas, Nevada (2005) by siblings Alaina Ferris and Joe Ferris. Shadow Pilot’s music is electronic soundscapes set to the sultry singing of Alaina Ferris - Billie Holiday meets Massive Attack. Shadow Pilot pulls influence from artists such as Portishead, Amon Tobin, and Anita O’Day.

Shortly after their inception, Shadow Pilot received international exposure with the remix of their single, “Long Days,” by hip-hop artists Somobe (The Great Communication, 2005). Says Shadow Pilot’s Joe Ferris, “The success of Somobe’s remix inspired us to take our time finishing the project so we could hire world-class audio engineers.”

Shadow Pilot’s EP, 2AM, was mixed and co-produced by Danny Saber, known for his work with artist Esthero (Song for Holly, featured in the movie, “Go”) and David Bowie (“Little Wonder, Dance Remix” featured in the movie Hackers). 2AM was mastered by Dave Collins of Dave Collins Mastering (Linkin Park, Weezer).

Shadow Pilot can be found online at http://shadowpilot.com, which features their blog, song samples, pictures, and links to their pages on Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter.

2AM was self-released by Shadow Pilot on September 27th, 2011. It is now available on the iTunes music store and Amazon.com.

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