KRISTOFFER GILDENLÖW

Previews new album `The Rain'

01 March 2016 by HBLS team

Melodic Revolution Records is thrilled to announce the release of the upcoming album “The Rain” by Kristoffer Gildenlöw.



Gildenlöw’s eleven year career as bass player in the progressive rock band Pain
of Salvation set the wheels in motion for his solo career, which took flight with release of his debut album “RUST” (2013), paving way for “The Rain”. In addition to vocals, Gildenlöw performs a wide range of instruments and uses carefully selected guest musicians adding strings, accordion and church organ to make this album come to life. 

About `The Rain':
The deep tones of how the mind fights against itself resonate throughout this powerful and poignant work by Kristoffer Gildenlöw. A brilliant effort after his highly acclaimed first solo release: Rust (2013); a thematic album which delved into the realities of aging and one’s perspectives on past, future and ultimately reconciliation with life choices. Again, Gildenlöw has chosen a heavy subject for the theme of The Rain; which is a concept album that examines the life of a man in later stages of dementia who struggles with his own reality, perceived through the metaphor of rain and clouds.

The gentleness of the piano passages oppose the angst and turmoil which lie beneath. The gentle pace at which the album progresses is reflective of the destructive force of the disease upon the man, and you find yourself at the tipping point with the track, ‘Breath In, Breath Out’. It is through this lyrically beautiful song that the realization of the end becomes apparent; leaving the listener grasping for the beauty captured in the mind’s eye.

Worldwide release of “The Rain” will be available in both CD and Digital formats on April 7th 2016. 

Curious? Here is a preview of `The Rain':



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The album will be presented live for the first time on March 25th 2016 at Cultuurpodium Boerderij, Zoetermeer (NL).
Tickets can be purchased here
 
Follow Kristoffer Gildenlöw on Facebook and his website to keep updated.





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