Visionary media collective STARSET have released Vessels 2.0 today, September 28. The band has shared the suspenseful new video for the epic reworking of “Bringing It Down (Version 2.0).”

The deluxe version of last year’s sophomore effort Vessels includes reimagined, acoustic, and remixed versions of songs, along with an unexpected cover, for a total of nine new tracks.

Vessels 2.0 is the expanded edition of the band’s Fearless Records debut.
The dreamy version of “Die for You” dropped on August 24. Listen here.

In addition to the digital release, a 3-LP deluxe vinyl will also be available.

1. “The Order”
2. “Satellite”
3. “Frequency”
4. “Die For You”
5. “Ricochet”
6. “Starlight”
7. “Into The Unknown”
8. “Gravity Of You”
9. “Back To The Earth”
10. “Last To Fall”
11. “Bringing It Down”
12. “Unbecoming”
13. “Monster”
14. “Telepathic”
15. “Everglow”
16. “Bringing It Down” (Version 2.0)
17. “Die For You” (Acoustic Version)
18. “Telepathic” (Acoustic Version)
19. “Starlight” (Acoustic Version)
20. “Ricochet” (Acoustic Version)
22. “Satellite” (Acoustic Version)
22. “Love You To Death” (Cover)
23. “Telepathic” (Not Your Dope Remix)
24. “Satellite” (Trails Remix)

Vessels has proven to be a watershed moment for Starset. Upon release in January 2017, it debuted at #11 on Billboard’s Top 200 chart, while the first single “Monster” was the second most played song of the year at rock radio. Since then, the album has been streamed 100 million times. Additionally, the band’s slate of YouTube videos have amassed over a billion cumulative views.

It’s the unique vision and goals of founder, frontman, and aural architect Dustin Bates that have truly allowed Starset, who are part-cinematic rock band and part-conceptual storytelling unit, to flourish and to stand head and shoulders above the rest. Bates is not only an audio alchemist but also a PhD candidate in electrical engineering. He has conducted research for the U.S. Air Force and has also taught at the International Space University in France — he is actively dedicated to promoting science to a wider audience. The band was also the subject of its own Marvel graphic novel The Prox Transmissions.

Thanks to the music and the sci-fi concept, along with the videos, novels, websites, and “can’t miss” live shows, Starset are blurring the line between art and science, offering fans a fully immersive experience that is truly unlike any other.