A Midsummer Night’s Dream for synths?
Jay Rope, Mastodon
Am listening to After Magritte right now and am enjoying it very much.
Under the duo name After Magritte, production on the album The Lunatic, the Lover & the Poet, with lyrics by John Porter and music by François Evans, is complete. The album is streaming through all major digital distribution channels. Check it out!
Nine, emotive tracks combine the best of hair-raising digital, with vintage analogue:
- Mass Exodus
- Love Came Down
- Where Do I Belong?
- I Want to See the Shrink
- Life is a Drug
- He Gave Me Eyes
- Ring Me
- The Nun
After Magritte (2022)
When François Evans was 18, he collaborated with a friend, John Porter, who wrote lyrics to several songs, asking François to set them to music under the duo name After Magritte. François lost touch with John, but has since recorded them in an album of lavish, emotive pop ballads as they might have sounded.
The more you listen to these songs, the more they grow on you.
The album has been mastered lovingly by Mike Marsh at The Exchange in Devon.
Mike also mastered key albums by Stereo MCs, Björk, Massive Attack, The Chemical Brothers, Basement Jaxx, Oasis, The Prodigy, Jamiroquai, Depeche Mode, Goldfrapp, Calvin Harris, Jonas Blue, Zedd, Kasabian and The Darkness.
A bonus album of many of the tracks in instrumental form has also been released separately:
Music videos are being planned for each song. For secret news on these, join The Valves Club!
For journalist password-access to full electronic press kit to this album, contact La.M.P.