Adriaan de Roover lets each of his compositions find their natural form.
At times, it's almost as though he isn't in charge - the music simply flows, finding an organic location.
New album 'Leaves' will be released on October 11th, and it's the product of something three years work, with the composer operating alone, on in his own terms.
He recalls: “‘Leaves’ was written between 2016 and 2018, mainly in a cabanage in the Ardennes, in solitude and around nature. Although there are some outward moments, I tried to make music that finds as much beauty in small gestures, in doubt and in honesty (above all).”
Before adding: “I hope you can get lost in it, just like I did, and maybe then, some moments of beauty might reveal themselves.”
We're able to share new piece 'Tomorrow Maybe' before anyone else, and it's a languid, immersive track, while still retaining its element of surprise.
Moving from pastoral elements towards something mechanical, 'Tomorrow Maybe' moves from organic aural fixations to something more abrasive.
A wonderful work, you can check out 'Tomorrow Maybe' below.
Photo Credit: Naser Kianersi
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