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Sailor & I Releases Debut Album, ‘The Invention of Loneliness’

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The multi-talented artist, Sailor & I, just released his first full-length album, The Invention of Loneliness

 

 

A mixer of obscure songwriting and classic European techno and progressive production, Alexander Sjödin proves why Sweden is one of the greatest stables for inspiring quality musicians. He now has his first fully developed piece of work showcasing ten perfect tracks ahead of this upcoming festival season. Sailor & I has already been supported by some of dance music’s most iconic names such as Pete Tong and Eric Prydz. Having seen the same talent and capability in the rising producer, Sailor & I  was signed by Black Butter, the same people who signed a young Rudimental and Gorgon City in 2012.

 

The new album The Invention of Loneliness is now available worldwide through Beatport, Spotify, and the Sailor & I official website. To start off the anticipated Sailor & I album release is “Black Swan.” It begins with a warm and winding synth combined with subtle techno undertones. An edited vocal chants until a progressive build hangs over your head, swirling around for some time before finally plunging into a sexy yet ominous bassline and percussion ensemble.

 

The second song from The Invention of Loneliness was one of his earlier released singles called “Chameleon.” The single starts off on a much more up-tempo pace, but gets teased and checked down by some vintage male vocals crying out for companionship. The protagonist discusses making the leap of touching the metaphorical flame of love throughout the song. Slowing down to a mere echo of a bassline mid-way through, Sailor & I grasps the concept of properly building a story within a track in “Chameleon.”

 

Sailor & I has his latest collection of work available for streaming, purchase, and even in signed Vinyl format. View the full track listing to The Invention of Loneliness below:

 

The Invention of Loneliness:

  1. Black Swan
  2. Chameleon
  3. Fire on the Moon Album Edit
  4. Free Your Mind from Me
  5. Flickering Lights
  6. Next To You
  7. Paramount
  8. Rivers
  9. Supervisions
  10. Black Stars

 

Kris is the Editor-at-Large at The Nocturnal Times. Music has always been his life, and his first real exposure to dance music was the debut Justice CD “Cross” where he caught hell for listening to boop bop music. From there he was entrapped and knew he wanted to support this scene in any way he could. Currently a big future bass fiend but love some downtempo, prog, hearty house, pretty much anything. Ask and you probably won’t receive…haha just kidding e-mail me at kris@thenocturnaltimes.com if you wanna say what up or talk all things tunes!

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