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[streaming] Azure Blue – Tragedy & Changes

Azure Blue – Tragedy And Changes feat. César Vidal and The Land Below

Soft hearted dreampop crooner Azure Blue is back with the first single from his third album Beneath The Hill I Smell The Sea. The lyrics contain some philosophical comments that the followers of Azure Blue have gotten used to. It starts off as the purest love song about yearning we’ve heard in a long time but it comes with a premonition. “Loud loutish lovers please be kind. When life is tragedy and changes. The lives you found and left behind. You’ll want to keep them on your mind”.

Tobias Isaksson has been hiding in his new studio the last six months and not even we, his friends and colleges, really know what the whole album’s messenge will be. We’ve only gotten songs and cryptical messenges in the mail, and we can’t even keep track of all the guest appearences he’s got lined up. But we can guarantee that he found his spot there in the producer’s chair. As you may have figured from his Nite Flights and Personal Trainers projects, a new demon producer has been born and the spring will come with his best AZB melodies to date.

The third album by Azure Blue is due to be released May 11.

www.azureblue.com
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Questa voce è stata pubblicata il 6 maggio 2015 da in streaming con tag , , , , , , .
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