Lucid Dreaming, a California-based electronic-music label, announced this week that its first album, Dreamer, will be coming to digital streaming services later this year.
The label’s music will be available to download via Spotify and Apple Music, as well as through Amazon and other platforms.
Lucid said it will be offering streaming versions of its other albums, including the group’s debut album, Illusory Dreamer.
The album will also be available on digital services such as iTunes and Amazon Prime Music.
Dreamer will be the label’s first foray into the digital music marketplace.
“I love the digital space, and I feel a connection to it and am incredibly excited to make it available to my fans,” said Lucid founder Matt McPherson.
“Dreamer is a new step in our journey to become a full-service digital distribution company, with all of the benefits of traditional distribution, including exclusive content, and the convenience of streaming.
We’re excited to have Dreamer come to market.”
Lucid hopes to release a digital version of Illusoriness Dreamer sometime this year, and hopes to debut the album on other platforms such as Amazon Music, Apple Music and Spotify in the coming weeks.
The first album from Lucid, Illustrated, was released in 2013.
The band has been working on Illustrator since its inception, and released Illusories first EP, Dream, in 2016.
Lucids other albums have also included the Dreamer EP, Illusions, and Illusoriastas first full-length, Illuminations.