Believe have made their fifth studio album The Warmest Sun In Winter available for streaming for one week only via Progstreaming.com.
The eight-track record follows 2010′s World Is Round, and it’s on sale now via Metal Mind Productions.
Vocalist Karol Wroblewski explains: “It tells the story of a chance meeting of two friends who used to spend a lot of time together. Since their childhood everything has changed. Now they sit together and talk about everything that’s happened in their lives.
“It’s the story of how much sun a man can bring into someone else’s life, despite various troubles of his own.”
Track titles include Words, Behind The River and The Bright Day. The song Please Go Home is a tribute to late Polish journalist Robert Roszak, a close friend of the band. It was originally released as a charity single in 2011 to raise funds for the education of Roszak’s daughter.
Believe will play at RoSfest in May.