Swedish dark ambient artist Peter Bjärgö used 2020 to write and record a brand new album, out on Aoril26th, about “change, aging and the fading memories one has, often more of a product of the current state of a person than an accurate description of those remembered moments.” Peter Bjärgö elaborates: “With age we tend to forget or lose contact with particular moments and parts of our own story and context become erased forever, as though they never happened.”
The 8-track album comes in a CD edition of 500 copies in 6 panels digipak, matt lamination. It is also available as a standard LP edition of 200 copies on black vinyl and in a special LP edition of 100 copies on blue/grey marbled vinyl.
You can check out the album below.
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