- 1. Psychic Driving 4.36 27342 plays
- 2. Always 4.39 4541 plays
- 3. Voices (2011 Album Version) 5.30 5257 plays
- 4. Celestial Call 2.36 3397 plays
- 5. The Cold World Melts (2011 Album Version) 5.52 5411 plays
- 6. Hold My Breath 2.17 3762 plays
- 7. Eyes Closed 5.27 5493 plays
- 8. Do You Remember 3.35 5201 plays
- 9. In Throes 5.59 5124 plays
Need a gift for a gifted musician?
- Captured Tracks (record label)
- Soft Metals performing live on Experimental Half Hour (2011)
- Video for "Voices" by Christian J. Petersen (2011)
- Fan Video for "The Cold World Melts" (2011)
- Fan Video for "Always"
- Fan Video for "The Cold World Melts" (2010)
- Video for "Psychic Driving" by Erica Schreiner (2011)
Our 2nd album "Lenses" comes out July 16, 2013 on Captured Tracks.
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Drawing inspiration from eclectic influences such as minimal synth, early industrial, house, and techno, the evocative synth-pop duo Soft Metals is keyboardist/programmer Ian Hicks and singer/keyboardist Patricia Hall. The pair began working together in Portland, Oregon in early 2009. After signing to Captured Tracks, they released their debut EP The Cold World Melts in July 2010 and issued their self-titled full-length a year later. Soft Metals relocated to Los Angeles and returned with new music in 2013 in the form of their second album Lenses, which featured collaborations with Optimo's J.D. Twitch and focused on the dance aspects of their music.