Italian act, JoyCut share the new single ‘NOVEMBRE13_’ which is taken from their forthcoming new album.
The visual contains excerpts from The New York Times’ Op-Doc ‘Taller Than The Tree’ By Academy Award-winning director Megan Mylan and is set to the backdrop of Joycut’s sonic composition.
Their upcoming album, ‘TheBluWave [TimesWhenSilenceIsAPoem – TheIceHasMelted – AndBleedingGlaciersFormOurTears]_’, is in the band’s own words “dedicated to those who love to linger on the ways of introversion. Explorations dedicated to the experience of abstraction, disorientation, travel, return”.
“With NOVEMBER13_’s visual narration we wanted to evoke the spirit of longevity, slowness, fragility, silence, ethereal detachment of the transient substratum of earthly events. There are themes our upcoming new THEBLUWAVE is dedicated to and with the two different visual narratives are offered as another critical food for thought”Joycut
The band came across the documentary “Taller Than The Tree” by award-winning director Megan Mylan, which profiles one middle-aged Japanese man delicately counterbalancing parts of his job and being a father, husband and caring son to his ailing mother – based on the story of Masami Hayata.
Upcoming new album ‘TheBluWave [TimesWhenSilenceIsAPoem – TheIceHasMelted – AndBleedingGlaciersFormOurTears]_’ out digitally on 5th June via PillowCase – 伊達 直 / Kartel Music Group.