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Melancholic and mysterious, but at the same time, strangely familiar. Combining surreal soundscapes with a distinct sixties style songwriting, Emile’s psychedelic loner folk debut comes together like a weird dream. A dream that shows a side of reality too strange to observe in any other way. Driven by acoustic guitar and haunting arrangements, the frontman of The Sonic Dawn presents a unique backdrop, on which songs about death, life, loss and fear of growing old melt together with a dystopian look into the near future of our civilisation.
All songs are written by Emil Bureau, except for At se ud over sig selv, which is co-written with Niels Bird Fuglede and Weight of the World which is co-written with Niels Bird Fuglede & Jonas Waaben.
Instruments and vocals by Emil Bureau. Additional instruments: Hammond Organ on Birds Fall, I Krystalkuglens Skær and Mellotron on Weight of the World by Erik Errka Petersson. Drums and Percussion on Weight of the World, Life Upside Down and Det Kollektive Selvmord by Jonas Waaben. Bass guitar on Weight of the World by Niels Bird Fuglede.
Recorded and produced by Emil Bureau and Thomas Vang in Voks Recording and The Village Recording, Copenhagen. Mastering by Hans Olsson Brookes in Svenska Grammofon Studion Mastering, Gothenburg. Design by Robin Gnista. Cover photo by Niels Fuglede.
Released on May 1st 2020 by Heavy Psych Sounds.
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