DEAD STAR TALK Are Offering A New Approach On Latest Album, ‘Solid State Chemicals’

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DEAD STAR TALK are switching things up for the release of their sophomore album ‘Solid State Chemicals’.

A highly-anticipated milestone for the band, the record sees them experiment with dynamic acoustics, weaving introspective storytelling across ten, distinct tracks. ‘The Hurricane’ presents fans with a spotlight moment, a thrilling, melodic offering that builds a more hard-hitting sound. Best suited to the main stage, DEAD STAR TALK pepper the track with guitar solos, harmonies and sing-along hooks, allowing each member to distinguish their craft.

Based between Hamburg and Copenhagen, the outfit is formed by singers Christian Buhl and Günes Kocak, bass guitarist Erik Jensen and drummer Claus Nielsen. Over the years, they’ve amassed a broad, global following, most notably with their debut lockdown album ‘Too Many Too Much’. In equal parts, DEAD STAR TALK have also developed a forward-thinking approach to their material, now presented across their latest release. Available on streaming platforms for a limited time, the group are choosing to uphold music’s original, physical format. Expressing their distaste towards industry giants, they explore alternative routes such as NFTs and digital downloads.

‘Solid State Chemicals’ presents DEAD STAR TALK with a new challenge, looking to shift the future of music distribution across signature riffs and verses.

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