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Empire State Human "Soul of the Machine"

10 tracks, 36.31 Houseofanalogue on June 13, 2013 12:06

**PRESS RELEASE JULY 29th**

Empire State Human a please to announce the release of a brand new studio album called
"Soul of the Machine".
Following on from their 2012 album "The Art", this brand new album showcases the heart and soul of music made from machines by human hands, resulting in what the band call, their most personal album to date. Mixing Synthwave, Minimal Wave and electro-pop, it's a subtle blend of genres, which blends well with the distinctive voice and songwriting of Aidan Casserly.

To quote Aidan - "After we released 2012's "The Art", we got excited about what new doors of electronic pop could open. Having put 2 years of work (between other projects and releases) we felt there was more ground for improvement and development too.
So, we went straight into writing/co-writing and producing the new Massive Ego album (the first single "Sound of the Download" lands August 2013) and it's been literally non-stop electronic pop since for us. Remixes for Australian's synth giants Parralox and up and coming Irish guitar pop band 5 Dollar Shakes have shown us we can be diverse and productive at once.
Our new album "Soul of the Machine", is coming from another synth angle to the pop of "The Art".
Longer and at times darker but full of machine heart and 'soul'.

Track listing as follows -

EMPIRE STATE HUMAN - SOUL OF THE MACHINE

01 LOVE LIKE CHROME
02 BELOVED
03 NOSTALGIA
04 WE NEVER SAID GOODBYE
05 SPACELAB ONE
06 I FEEL ALIVE
07 LIGHT CHASERS
08 WELCOME TO THE FUTURE
09 CHAMELEONS
10 FRAMES OF THE WORLD

To coincide with the album release, there's a promo video to the albums opening track "Love like Chrome" -

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CBjjgYfNzQs

Artwork by Fontpusher in London and mastered in Denmark by Idle Mastering.

With well over 170+ tracks on iTunes since their debut in 2002 ("Pop Robot"), Empire State Human have also had a #1 in the US iTunes dance charts with their cover of John Carpenter's "Theme from Halloween", as well as composing original music for films and adverts.

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