Relations In The Unseen Available Now In
North America on Long Branch Records
Almost two years after the surprising German chart success of Hold On, Liberty!, THE INTERSPHERE return with a brand new studio album, entitled Relations in the Unseen. Instead of relying on formulas or formats, the band have relied completely on their hands an hearts. That being said,THE INTERSPHERE are pushing the boundaries of rock music towards new horizons with a pace and precision seldom found in German bands in the last few years. Under the production acumen of Singer/Guitarist Christoph Hessler and co-producer/mixer Moritz Enders (whose credits include German indie powerhouses Casper, Kraftklub and Madsen), this fourth release in THE INTERSPHERE discography and was recorded together with Wolfgang Manns at Toolhouse Studios.
Today the band is pleased to premiere a video for the next single fromRelations in the Unseen. The video, which was directed by Ingo Schmitt, is for the song "Out of Phase". Check out the premiere of the clip HERE.
Relations in the Unseen is available as CD, 2LP (180g, incl. CD), iTunes Bonus Version (incl. 2 Bonus Tracks) and Standard Download. The album can be ordered on Amazon and via iTunes.
THE INTERSPHERE Relations In The Unseen Release-Tour
09.04. GER, Oberhausen - Zentrum Altenberg
10.04. GER, Nürnberg - MUZ
11.04. GER, Saarbrücken - Garage
14.-17.07. GER, Cuxhaven - Deichbrand Festival
07.-10.08. GER, Eschwege - Open Flair Festival
22.-23.08. CH, Gränichen - Openair Gränichen
Relations In The Unseen is not a concept album, but there is definitely a purveying train of thought overall. We all communicate, not only directly, but also indirectly through gestures, body language, thoughts and connections that are unconscious at first," says Christoph Hessler. Lyrically, the album concentrates on these unconscious things that influence our feelings, thoughts and reactions. Every day we're offered countless examples of this - invisible, unknown - over distances, times and dimensions. With Relations In The Unseen, THE INTERSPHERE have succeeded at a return to self - and to the really important things in music.
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