Vaylon member launches synthpop solo-debut under Second Complex moniker: ‘Therapy’

Out via the EK Product sublabel Space Race Records is the debut album by the…

Vaylon member launches synthpop solo-debut under Second Complex moniker:'Therapy'

Out via the EK Product sublabel Space Race Records is the debut album by the synthpop act Second Complex, called “Therapy”. Behind this Danish solo-project we find Dan Beck, better known for being with with Ole Ulrich Jensen one of the two members of Vaylon. Strongly inspired by the 80’s synthpop, this debut album features a wide array of guest vocalists.

The album holds twelve tracks with guest vocals delivered by Brian Hazard (Color Theory), Laura Noszczyk, Daniel Hall, Tomas Gustafsson, Ole Ulrich Jenbsen, Neil Francis and Frank J. Freda (Halovox).

Tracklist:

  1. Drowned (Feat. Color Theory) 4:49
  2. Troubled Mind (Feat. Laura Noszczyk) 4:17
  3. Every Moment Counts (Feat. Daniel Hall) 3:43
  4. Regrets (Feat. Color Theory) 5:03
  5. Asylum (Feat. Tomas Gustafsson) 3:48
  6. Powerless (Feat. Color Theory) 4:13
  7. Lost in a Dream (Feat. Ole Ulrich Jensen) 3:27
  8. Solid Ground (Feat. Neil Francis) 3:57
  9. Spirit (Feat. Ole Ulrich Jensen & Frank J. Freda) 3:46
  10. A Grain of Sand (Feat. Neil Francis) 4:15
  11. Shadows and Silhouettes (Instrumental) 4:15
  12. Humble (Instrumental) 4:49

Here’s already a track featuring Neil Francis.



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