PREMIERE: TWÏNS streams brief yet compelling new album ‘The Human Jazz’ ahead of release tomorrow

We’ve already shared three songs off Berlin-based psych artist Miro Denck’s imminent new album as TWÏNS—from which lead single ‘Peace’ premiered through us all the way back in September(!)—so we’re delighted to host an advance stream of the full thing. When we say ‘full thing’, keep in mind the album’s less than 18 minutes long, so you’ve got no excuse: make some time for it today.

Looking at the album as a whole, Denck tells us that: “[It] was sort of a therapeutic break-up record, I just felt the necessity to record and process certain things through recording music. Usually, the sudden urge to write music comes to me through certain moments that I perceive as “pure”, moments when I feel particularly alive. That can be when I feel a breeze in my hair and sunbeams hit my face, it can be the light in the morning or a very stimulating or exciting human encounter. I normally feel the desire to either write music or poetry, but there’s just some energy that needs to go somewhere. To express aliveness. So in a sense, this album is also a collection of pieces of music that capture observations, it’s me trying to say ‘look how beautiful this world can be when we’re in touch with our very nature.'”

Finally out tomorrow via Earth Libraries, you can (and should, as previously stated) stream The Human Jazz in full below:

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