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Synthpop act Iris returns with brand new album: ‘Six’ – Check the opening track!

By Jul 3,2019
Synthpop act Iris returns with brand new album:'Six'

After a long hiatus (also on social media channels), Iris returns with a brand new (6th) album, “Six”. You can already check a first track, “Third Strike” – the opening track of their new album, right below.

On their 6th full-length album, the North American duo consisting of Reagan Jones (vocals), and Andrew Sega (keyboards, production) offers a somewhat harder sound (similar to that of Mondträume) shaped around good song writing skills, something the band became famous for.

Next to the regular CD, the band will also see a vinyl version of the album (which is available for ordering right here) released and an artbook (all details available here including ordering info) holding a bonus CD with 7 bonus tracks, incl. remixes by Mesh, Solar Fake, Neuroticfish and so on.

Below is the tracklist of that bonus album.

  • Right before My Eyes
  • Back to Life
  • I wanna be adored
  • Take the Pain (Mesh Mix)
  • Third Strike (Neuroticfish Mix)
  • Take the Pain (Solar Fake Mix)
  • Price I have to pay


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