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King Midas Sound - Solitude FLAC

King Midas Sound - Solitude FLAC
  • Performer King Midas Sound
  • Title Solitude
  • Label Cosmo Rhythmatic
  • Catalog number CR09
  • Other formats 2 × Vinyl, LP, 33 ⅓ RPM, Album, Stereo
  • Genre Other
  • Size MP3 2680 mb
  • Size FLAC 2840 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 330


Solitude by King Midas Sound, released 14 February 2019 1. You Disappear 2. Zeros 3. In the night 4. Too Late 5. Alone 6. Who 7. Lies 8. The lonely 9. Bluebird 10. Missing You 11. Her Body 12. A loss that has been enforced and unexpected. Its about processing the irrational and incessant feelings of rejection and loneliness, like listening to the ten. Solitude is the fourth studio album by King Midas Sound, the musical project of British musicians Kevin Martin and Roger Robinson. It was released on 15 February 2019 through Cosmo Rhythmatic. The album is almost entirely beatless, and the lyrics explore isolation, loneliness, regret and resentment. According to Martin and Robinson, it was recorded in a fraught period, but the lyrics are not autobiographical. King Midas Sound - Solitude 2019. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Drone Ambient Experimental Spoken Word. King Midas Sound. Songs in album King Midas Sound - Solitude 2019. King Midas Sound - You Disappear. King Midas Sound - Zeros. King Midas Sound - In The Night. King Midas Sound - Too Late. King Midas Sound - Alone. King Midas Sound - Who. King Midas Sound - Lies. King Midas Sound - The Lonely. King Midas Sound - Bluebird. 04:56 320 Кб. Your current browser isn't compatible with SoundCloud. Please download one of our supported browsers. Need help Sorry Something went wrong. Is your network connection unstable or browser outdated. King Midas Sound - The Lonely . 12 tracks 60:02. Album 2019 12 Songs. Where the overdriven dancehall of Kevin Martins The Bug is violent and explosive, his King Midas Sound project is more like smoke wafting over the wreckage, thanks to the ethereal vocals of the English-Trinidadian poet Roger Robinson. Without exaggeration, it is one of the bleakest testaments to heartbreak in the annals of recorded sound. Its atmosphere resembles that of a collapsed star-black, isolated, unfathomably dense. These 60 minutes pass like a dark night of the soul, stretched out to eternity. Yet Solitude is not a heavy album, at least not conventionally so. Here, King Midas Sound-now boiled down to the core duo of Martin and vocalist Roger Robinson-shuck off old genre signifiers, drifting into territory more abstracted and amorphous