TesseracT frontman Daniel Tompkins releases today with ‘Castles’ his new solo album, a 13 songs containing record that’s released through KSCOPE. Six of these songs are alternative version for which the singer invited guests, rounding off an exciting musical experience.
It’s an album with beautiful soundscapes, inspired by the arcs of relationships.
Tompkins says: “Everyone has experiences that are relatable to one another in their romantic relationships. We make huge investments of trust and care and commitment into one another and sometimes they simply fail. In fact, most fail. That said, some survive, thrive and create incredible lifelong partnerships or at least important, long lasting love. But sometimes, we make massive misjudgements of character and the true nature of someone is always revealed over time. Sometimes tragic mistakes, physical or mental abuse, compulsion or addiction are an issue and create irreparable harm to relationships and lives, no matter how in love two people may be. This is the area where the most tragic outcomes occur. The album is somewhat cathartic lyrically but in other areas it explores amazing, victorious, passionate love. A lot of this story is told from the perspective of someone seeking that perfect partnership and the ultimate fulfilment of finding it.”
- Black the Sun
- Black the Sun (Head Rework)
- Limitless (feat. Dmitry Stepanov)
- Kiss (feat. Randy Slaugh)
- Saved (feat. Acle Kahney)
- Saved (feat. Paul Ortiz)
- Saved (feat. Randy Slaugh)
Genre: Progressive Rock
Release date EU: May 31st, 2019
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