Post-Noise/Hardcore/Jazz trio Lilium Sova stream new full-length album

10/06/2016 at 1:08 pm (Uncategorized)

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After some weeks spent to unleashed various audio exceprts from its third full-length album, Swiss post-noise-hardcore/jazz/experimental trio Lilium Sova just released ‘Lost Between Mounts and Dales / Set Adrift in the Flood of People’ for CD/LP on Cold Smoke Records (Challenger, Das Röckt, Ogmasun…) // URGENCE DISK Records (Rorcal) and Digital through the main legal platforms (iTunes, Deezer, Spotify)..
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In addition to this official release-news the album is also available for full stream on Bandcamp and SoundCloud with the courtesy of Score A/V
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For the record
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 Formed in Geneva in 2006, Lilium Sova plays a schizophrenic instrumental and experimental Post-Hardcore. Since its first gigs, with its unusual line-up and its tendency to play a limitless music, this Swiss band leaves no one indifferent.
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Lilium Sova got great reviews for its two first albums, “Tripartite Chaos” in 2008, and especially with “Epic Morning” in 2012. This last effort ended the Saxophone/Synth period. Since then, a cellist/guitarist arrived in the band, adding those instruments to the remaining duo : Bass/Drums.
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In 2016, after 10 years of activity, Lilium Sova releases its third album called “Lost Between Mounts and Dales / Set Adrift in the Flood of People”, a concept album in two parts, murkier and more melodious, in which the band steps out of its comfort zone without losing its identity.
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Lilium Sova 2016
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