New EP from Electro Spectre – ‘The Endless Sky’ incl. remix contest tracks and cartoon video
Electro Spectre are keeping themselves busy in these quarantined times and follows up their first single of 2021 – ‘A Different Kind Of Love’ – with the new EP ‘The Endless Sky’, released Friday March 19th on various digital platforms.
(By our Norwegian correspondent Jan Ronald Stange)
Electro Spectre are keeping themselves busy in these quarantined times and follows up their first single of 2021 – ‘A Different Kind Of Love’ – with the new EP ‘The Endless Sky’, released March 19th on various digital platforms.
Included on the EP are two remixes of ‘The Endless Sky’ in addition to a Radio Edit, a remix by the singer Alexander Bjørneboe and two top tracks from their remix contest for their previous single, and an yet unreleased upcoming album song in a ‘Bare Version’ from their corona lock-down ‘Home Sessions’ recorded last year.
Alexander also collaborated with music video director Rune Hov on directing the music video for this release in addition to doing the artwork – we are going to space in this one! The raw material were old cartoon magazines from the 60’s. Then a lot of time were spent cropping, editing and retouching the graphics, and finally assembled into a story for the video. See examples below:
In parallel to releasing the single Electro Spectre also spent the last weeks remixing the next Zeromancer single, ‘Mourners’, the follow-up to their February release ‘Damned le Monde’. Fans of both bands should mark Friday April 23rd in their calendars – ‘Mourners’ is that kind of track that brings out the best of both bands!
EP available @ Spotify, Apple Music, Bandcamp and Youtube.
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