At last we are pleased to announce that the EP is available.
It has maybe taken longer that we hoped, but we think the result was worth the wait.
You can listen to it directly in the player below and you can download it for free or whatever you think it’s worth by going to our download page. It’s available in both mp3 and uncompressed CD quality (for that full audio experience).
And we put in some extras in the download. Three short videos from the making of the EP and a copy of the beautiful handwritten score for the song Emotional. Not to be missed.
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Enjoy, hope you like it!
Just a short update on the upcoming EP.
It’s now decided that it will include four songs:
- Emotional (my personal favourite). Some sort of strange mix of different styles. Velvet Underground meats Puccini in some dark post-indie setting. Written by Helena.
- Miles In The Rain. Also written by Helena. A beautiful slow, close to country blues.
- If I Never. No description needed. Just listen to the preview instead in the sidebar. Put togheter by me.
- Come Together. A bad dream maybe, or just one of those mornings?
Come Together is the newest song and just squeezed itself into the EP. We had another one but we had to take it out for very, very, very secret reasons.
And do I need to say they all are great? Trust me and stay tuned!
Aren’t we all sort of broken assemblies?
Breaking because of our silent dreams, our unspoken desires. Coming to halt like a nightmare that lingers under the sun, without a name, still not nameless.
And yet, we rise every morning, somehow, almost magically, patched together, brought to life from hope, love, compassion and hate. Assembled from all the things that makes us human.
We write our songs as spare parts to that machine, as gears and levers that make our assemblies a little bit less broken. As pulleys to ease the load. As grease to reduce the friction.
Or even as a distraction to makes us forget for a while.
And so here we are, with our songs, with our music, our spare parts.
We hope you have the time listen. And if you make them parts in your machine, if they make your assembly less broken, nothing make us feel better.