Following their promising debut LP ‘Path‘ and a fascinating journey of fifty European tour dates, Belgian musical Kowari is getting ready to unveil their anticipated second album, ‘Memento,’ slated for launch later in 2024.
Comprising violinist and programmer Damien Chierici, alongside the virtuoso pianist and programmer Louan Kempenaers, the duo stands poised to move listeners right into a charming realm of contemporary electronica. Anchored within the themes of exploration and travels, ‘Memento‘ will probably be an enthralling odyssey by way of sound, seamlessly intertwining classical instrumentation with pulsating digital beats.
A glimpse into their developed sonic panorama arrives within the type of the spellbinding lead single, ‘Tomorrow.’ Departing from their neoclassical origins, this mesmerizing composition showcases a seamless fusion of violin and piano intricately woven into an digital tapestry. ‘Tomorrow’ emerges as a slow-burning symphony, exuding a fragile steadiness of classical refinement and digital attract, skillfully mixing arpeggios and machine-generated rhythms in a way that’s each subtle and accessible.
‘Tomorrow’ arrives with an official music video directed by Louis Kempeneers, additional enhancing the immersive expertise of their musical journey.
Talking about their new launch, they stated: Talking about their musical evolution, Kowari shared: “The Kowari DNA we imprinted on ‘Path’ continues to be there. The piano, the violin, the seek for melodic energy within the compositions, the drive of the loops, the soothing moments. However there was additionally a need so as to add natural heat and go even additional in using electro components.”
“Throughout our live shows, individuals cry on some tracks and dance on others.
That’s precisely what we’re on the lookout for.”