In the Depths of Time,
in an Ocean Made of Stars

Release Date: 28 November 2015
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Track List / Full Previews

1. Tell Me Your Theme and I’ll Show You the World
2. A Faint Sun Rises Over the Horizon
3. Walk on the Stars! Through Your Mind

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About The Album  

One of the best post-rock bands from Italy, Elara creates epic post-rock pieces. Opening with 19 minutes 43 seconds breathtaking piece "Tell Me Your Theme and I’ll Show You the World" this release will provide you sweet sour listening experience.

In the Depths of Time, in an Ocean Made of Stars is Elara's second studio album. This is a record that they love to define as 'intimate' because it has been created slowly, in home sessions. During these session every member of the band suggested melodies and ideas that have then created the whole: a surge of melodies that create an actual concept. A concept that came together almost by chance, taking inspiration from one of Tolkien's masterpieces, The Silmarillion, in which the English writer succeeds in describing the creation of his imaginary world through a 'musical battle' between divine creatures. With the same spirit they tried to compose a coherent sequence of movements and melodies that would run one after the other, create expectation, suspension and sudden explosions.

All these effects were created to lead the listener through the whole 30 minutes recording to the final definition of a perfect universe: everlasting and covered by an infinity of stars, bright remaining of the battle that just ended.


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