One of Austria’s hottest indie prospects drops another track off their new album ‘No Intention of Changing the World’ along with a new video for Winter II – a catchy indie track with an infectious electro beat that showcases the band’s talents.
The album is officially out on Las Vegas Records on February 8th. Get it here
7.3.19 POMOPERO, Breganze (ITA)
9.3.19 MISHIMA, Terni (ITA)
10.3.19 DISSONANZE, Cava de Tirreni (ITA)
14.3.19 PRIMACLASSE, Ragusa (ITA)
15.3.19 MONO, Catania (ITA)
16.3.19 ZOOTV, Brucoli (ITA)
17.3.19 HMORA, Siracusa (ITA)
18.3.19 BOLAZZI, Palermo (ITA)
20.3.19 OFF, Lamezia Terme (ITA)
21.3.19 HUB, Cosenza (ITA)
22.3.19 MR ROLLYS, Vitulazio (ITA)
23.3.19 DELIRI, Sora (ITA)
25.3.19 LE MURA, Roma (ITA)
26.3.19 MARLA, Perugia (ITA)
27.3.19 EX CINEMA AURORA, Livorno (ITA)
16.4.19 FZW, Dortmund (DE)
18.4.19 SUBSTAGE, Karlsruhe (DE)
29.04.19 Chelsea, Wien (AT)
With playful electronic rock on their EP „»GodGiven«“ LEX AUDREY already surfaced on Austria’s music scene one and a half years ago. Now their first album „No Intention of Changing the World“ finally follows. It’s an album that sometimes stirs up its listener’s thoughts, but then again leaves with a positive vibe.
Lukas Staudinger, Patrick Pillichshammer and Niklas Pichler present an album which is very rich in variety. Although the sounds range from funky bass-lines in „Lost to You“ over heaviness and pathos in „metaphor“ to complete silence in „From Beginning“, LEX AUDREY manage to create their very own sound after all and allow the listener to dive into their world.
On „No Intention of Changing the World“ Niklas Pichler, the mastermind behind LEX AUDREY, writes about various situations in life, but one can recognize his involvement with negative aspects of the influence of digital technology on society as a common theme. As a result, some songs end up having more than just one meaning. By saying „all she’s loving is a picture“ in the ballad „From Beginning“ on the one hand he describes not being able to let go of something, but on the other hand sings about the vanishing distinction between reality and staging. The intro track „Lost to You“ can also be interpreted as a love song for a human or a machine at the same time.
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- Interview – O Future on the ‘beauty’ of technology, future paths and human restraint
- Video of the day: Lex Audrey – Winter II
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