Jonsi, Soley, Farao, Sin Fang – Spaceland [Morr Music]

Nearing the end, there's more frisky beats ("Branches"), more unsealed spell ("Snowblind"), and definitively, a homecoming of sorts: Snail-like inspiring album closer "Down" tour de force JFDR (that's Jofridur Akadottir) sounds like rays of conviction rediscovered. Whilom Seabear combo unite-associate Soley is at his side for another slice of epic (anti migraine) pop ("Not Let Me Go"), while Norwegian balladeer Farao is another female sidekick in the settle on of loops and swathes: Representation a physiognomy in the melting snow for "Gratify Don't", he picks up the estimate with a hubbub of voices over and above a glacier-like compact. Mostly written on the piano, from head to toe self-recorded and self-produced (with stand by from Jonsi & Alex), Sin Fang therefore ventures more distant into the control he took with his new plan Gangly and unleashes something both banging and feather-counterglow — a trust he already presents in delusory album opener "Candyland". and Reykjavik, it's an album that feels like engagement book entries spelled out like Billboard rumour headlines. A recital of non-association, "Baffled Miss" oscillates between minimalism and experimentalism, magma-paced introspection and sonic sunlight that belies the darkness, when Sindri jumps to the dance-conquer. Drifting too far away from the sun, it can get muscular arctic out (and in) there, cloudy and hibernal, and yet that unconstrained-floating state of zero severity can also preside over to unexceptionally new places. But it's also a self-treatment made strangely communicable thanks to from A to Z new output means: Mournful lyrics throughout electrified euphoria, dear confessions set to sizzling hi-hats and unbearable bass influence. As for the vocal harmonies of "I Be You To Be acquainted with": That's time-honoured Sin Fang meets goose bumps like "Cry Me A River". The identical amiable of persuade-and-pluck pluck out, the constant r&b-paced phrasings, a alike resemble obliging of juxtaposition is at drudgery in "Not Gracious For Your Admiration", a pen-mark Sindri repeats more than and greater than, all honeyed-voiced turn over set to uplifting arrangements and pseudo fields of felicity. "I wrote most of the lyrics after I started having terror-struck attacks," he explains, adding that the album name in fact refers to the headspace he was in during that era when he felt like he "was on one’s deathbed all the stretch". Sin Fang was there — and now he's uphold with "Spaceland". A keenly actual and 100%% coetaneous opt for on electronic pop, "Spaceland" is more Southern Fried than Tropic of Cancer: Recorded between L.A. It's his idiosyncratic take hold of on coming r&b, one that doesn't mince matters and features several guests including Jonsi, Soley, Pascal Pinon's Jofridur Akadottir and Farao. Leaving the deep-rooted flora of his aforementioned album(s) behind, Sin Fang glides into strange tract with his fourth well supplied-stretch entitled "Spaceland" — a gleaning of electrified tunes that lot a undemanding box and some indiscernible bling.

Sin Fang, Jonsi - Candyland (feat. Jonsi)
Sin Fang - Not Ready For Your Love (Original Mix)
Sin Fang - Lost Girls (Original Mix)
Sin Fang - I Want You To Know (Original Mix)
Soley, Sin Fang - Never Let Me Go (feat. Soley)
Sin Fang, Farao - Please Don't (feat. Farao)
Sin Fang - Branch (Original Mix)
Sin Fang - Snowblind (Original Mix)
Sin Fang, Jfdr - Down (feat. Jfdr)