Double Album - new. Release date: 26/06/20
There's a fresh new undercurrent to his fourth LP, Everything Will Grow Again. The album sees Fakear fusing styles with more muscle than before, ushering in hints of Mount Kimbie, Floating Points and Jon Hopkins and embracing accidental synth sound effects.
Everything Will Grow Again is a more candid, sincere exploration of harmonisation this time, with a sturdier technical weave underpinning the whole. The background murmurs of Jupiter-8 synths and a Matrix Brute recur over the album’s eleven tracks. Fakear’s long-standing communion with nature, a source of inspiration to him from the very start, are combined with his trademark acoustic chords on tracks such as Together and Sekoia. An entire section of the album has a decidedly club-inspired feel (Structurized), opening out into a series of analogue waves of sound reminiscent of Mount Kimbie and Moderat (Linked).
Fakear - Everything will grow again