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      KIrlian Camera
      "Hologram Moon "

      "Hologram Moon" is the first Kirlian Camera album after five years in which Elena Alice Fossi and Angelo Bergamini, amongst other things, engaged in their side project SPECTRA*paris. In October 2017, the duo returned with the spectacular single "Sky Collapse", the title track of which was sung together with Covenant's Eskil Simonsson. It dominated the German Alternative Charts for several weeks and keeps heating up German dancefloors. However, "Sky Collapse" was only a portend of something more epic. The album "Hologram Moon" shows Kirlian Camera at the peak of their turbulent career. Dependent are going to release this hypnotic masterpiece in between pop, electronics and pathos on 4 different formats. Several compositions are bound to repeat the club success of "Sky Collapse", be it "Eyes of the Moon", "Traveler's Testament" or "Polaris-IHS", another collaboration with Eskil Simonsson. "Hologram Moon" is also fascinating due to its lyrics. The Italians are discussing a conspiracy theory that lent the album its title, suggesting that the moon is no harmless earth satellite but a visual hologram hiding an artificial, possibly alien construct. Merely guesswork?

      In any case, on "Hologram Moon", Kirlian Camera engage in a subversive play with perspectives and alternative realities.
      A1 Holograms [5.35] A2 Sky Collapse (feat. Eskil/Covenant) [5.41] A3 Lost Islands [4.04]
      B1 Polar-IHS (feat. Eskil/Covenant) [5.22] B2 Helium 3 [1.40] B3 Kryostar [5.55]
      C1 I don’t sing [5.25] C2 The Storm [4.51] C3 Eyes of the Moon [4.56]
      D1 Equation Echo 01 [2.24] D2 Haunted River [4.38] D3 Traveler's Testament [4.10]

      Total Duration: 63:41

    dkk 220/eur 30

    Double-vinyl