2002 – Time Traveler


Award-winning group 2002 release Time Traveler, their 22nd full-length album – an immersive spatial audio experience. The album contains 10 new original songs that revisit the lush orchestrations and haunting melodies that 2002 is known for. The songs range from simple piano landscapes to deeply complex odysseys flowing down unexpected paths.

2002 says: “The album was inspired by memories of the paths we chose to follow and of the friends that journeyed with us. Some friends now live only in our hearts, immortal. But somewhere, someday we will pick up again, right where we left off. The journey never ends.”

Sample the album and find it on your favorite streaming service:

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Guest artists: James Song (violin) on The Morning Breeze and Dan Toten (cello) on Love of My Life. New instruments: Randy Copus – Theremin on Where You Are and Pamela Copus – bass flute on The End of the Journey.

Time Traveler is 2002’s first release in Dolby Atmos. Dolby Atmos draws you in deeper, fully engrossing you into the story. The result is a spatial sound experience, so lifelike, you’ll feel like you’re there.

The award-winning, progressive new age band 2002 has placed 12 albums on the Billboard Charts and made the list of top new age artists in a Billboard Magazine “Year in Review” issue alongside Yanni, Mannheim Steamroller, Jim Brickman, George Winston and Enya. Over their 32-year career, their ever-evolving sound has encompassed a wide range of genres – from wistful ambient soundscapes all the way to light progressive rock. This daring blend of musical styles has given them an undeniable “signature sound” that sets them apart from other recording artists. In 2021, the group was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award by One World Music Radio.

For more information and music samples, visit 2002music.com.

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