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LUNT Shares New Cinematic Track ‘The Inner Border’

LUNT Shares New Cinematic Track ‘The Inner Border’

LUNT Shares New Cinematic Track ‘The Inner Border’

Latvia-based band LUNT has released ‘The Inner Border‘ (Iekšējā Robeža), a cerebral, stunning track filled with gravitas and hunger to stir emotions. The record was written in June 2020, using soundscapes as metaphors for the travel that led LUNT‘s frontman Gilles Deles-Velins to Latvia. Anna Akhmatova’s poem, A land not mine, is read in Russian at the beginning of the track and in Latvian at the end.

Deles worked on a wide range of experimental projects as a songwriter, sound engineer, and co-founder of the French-based label We Are Unique! Records, director of The Tremens Archives, and now videographer for two YouTube channels. He tries to consider music as a thinking process among many others, like philosophy or psychoanalysis (a lot of sounds have been recorded between sessions with his patients).

About the track, Deles said that “Originally, this piece was created to answer to a contest organized by GRM. The Jury allowed presenting an electro-acoustic piece in a multichannel format. With great pleasure, I went through this quite demanding process, mixing music in this format for the first time in my life, a surround system that serves the cinematic feeling. On my journey for the sound, I was to acquire a Nagar VI from Clovis Tisserand, who generously offered me to use some samples of his Stromboli’s beautiful sound take.

Few artists match Deles’ ability to blend electronic and organic sources while securing a delicate balance between textural soundscapes and melodic structures. Thoughtfully arranged and bonded in a marvelous aesthetic, ‘The Inner Border‘ continues LUNT‘s exploration of states of consciousness.

With ‘The Inner Border,’ LUNT explores electro-acoustic spaces to create an immersive sound that transcends notions of musical language, forms, ambient, electro, drone, and other categories in music. The record is not only about soundscapes but redolent meditations capable of disinterring a long-forgotten memory or inducing a nostalgic reverie, somehow gravitating toward themes that contemplate the meaning of life.

Fans of LUNT‘s work will find ‘The Inner Border’ deeply rewarding, while new listeners will doubtfully find themselves motivated to reach back into his catalog for more.

LUNT Shares New Cinematic Track ‘The Inner Border’

Latvia-based band LUNT has released ‘The Inner Border‘ (Iekšējā Robeža), a cerebral, stunning track filled with gravitas and hunger to stir emotions. The record was written in June 2020, using soundscapes as metaphors for the travel that led LUNT‘s frontman Gilles Deles-Velins to Latvia. Anna Akhmatova’s poem, A land not mine, is read in Russian at the beginning of the track and in Latvian at the end.

Deles worked on a wide range of experimental projects as a songwriter, sound engineer, and co-founder of the French-based label We Are Unique! Records, director of The Tremens Archives, and now videographer for two YouTube channels. He tries to consider music as a thinking process among many others, like philosophy or psychoanalysis (a lot of sounds have been recorded between sessions with his patients).

About the track, Deles said that “Originally, this piece was created to answer to a contest organized by GRM. The Jury allowed presenting an electro-acoustic piece in a multichannel format. With great pleasure, I went through this quite demanding process, mixing music in this format for the first time in my life, a surround system that serves the cinematic feeling. On my journey for the sound, I was to acquire a Nagar VI from Clovis Tisserand, who generously offered me to use some samples of his Stromboli’s beautiful sound take.

Few artists match Deles’ ability to blend electronic and organic sources while securing a delicate balance between textural soundscapes and melodic structures. Thoughtfully arranged and bonded in a marvelous aesthetic, ‘The Inner Border‘ continues LUNT‘s exploration of states of consciousness.

With ‘The Inner Border,’ LUNT explores electro-acoustic spaces to create an immersive sound that transcends notions of musical language, forms, ambient, electro, drone, and other categories in music. The record is not only about soundscapes but redolent meditations capable of disinterring a long-forgotten memory or inducing a nostalgic reverie, somehow gravitating toward themes that contemplate the meaning of life.

Fans of LUNT‘s work will find ‘The Inner Border’ deeply rewarding, while new listeners will doubtfully find themselves motivated to reach back into his catalog for more.

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