Starfish64 – ‘Scattered Pieces Of Blue’
Hailing from Giessen, Starfish64 is a band you need to know about this Summer. Their latest album release, ‘Scattered Pieces Of Blue’, is an art-rock release that will have you reaching for the repeat button.
‘Blue Piece (Of Something in The Air)’ opens the release and instantly invites the listener in. We adore the punchy rhythm section, charismatic vocals and driving guitars.
‘Forget Me Not’ swims into the sonic spectrum and evolves before the listener. The relatable lyrics resonate with the listener and layers of wonderful vocals are filled with a luscious texture that sets the piece alight.
In addition, ‘Happiness’ takes the album in a fresh direction keeping the listener on their toes. Also, ‘Intersection One’ is a characterful song with a driving beat and intriguing vocals. Finally, ‘Space Junk’ closes the release, and the sound gets heavier as the track progresses.
In addition, we adore the mix, master and production of ‘Scattered Pieces Of Blue’. It is a compelling release that needs to be heard!
Starfish64 comprises of band members Dieter Hoffmann, Henrik Kropp, Martin Pownall, and Dominik Suhl. They are excellent musicians in their respective fields, but the magic happens when they come together!
Starfish64 says about the album, “It all culminates in a 20-minute space-rock epic that deals with nothing less than the end of our civilization, caused by the fundamental impact of an asteroid.” It is a concept album that needs to be heard!
Starfish64 describe their sound as similar to Tears For Fears and INXS. We can hear these muses on ‘Scattered Pieces Of Blue’, and Starfish64 stands shoulder to shoulder with these fantastic bands.
So make sure you add ‘Scattered Pieces Of Blue’ to your new music playlist this week. Starfish64 is an exciting band; we can not wait to hear what they will do next.
Until then, ‘Scattered Pieces Of Blue’ is available to stream from the link below today; enjoy!
FVMusicBlog July 2022
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