Bold. Brooding. Intense. Dramatic...
Light. Airy. Exspansive. Uplifting...
This is one incredible journey. Pack your passports folks, close your eyes and prepare to go to places seldom visited.
Thank you Eupana!
This a truly poetic album...Such a great feeling on how the melodies are floating through the rhythm and time.Not too many bands are familiar into writing long duration songs but Eupana surely know how to raise your emotiongs through this album
Favorite track: Shadow Passes, Light Remains.
Sparks in darkness, glows in glooming, architectures of light dancing at the bottom of the ocean. Breathtaking waves of sounds, opulence of tones and undertones. A flaming cosmic drama where hope blooms over the border of despair. So many suns, in the depth of the night...
Favorite track: The Night the Stars Fell.
All material written and recorded by Eupana
Shafeiq Baksh - Guitar
Max Bernstein - Drums, Percussion, Glockenspiel, Harmonium, Synths
Rebecca Lowe - Piano, Hammond B3, Wurlitzer, Synths
Matt Schoenfeld - Bass
David Underwood - Guitar, Harmonium
Deni Bonet - String Arrangements, Violins, Violas
James Pederson - Cellos
Strings recorded and engineered by Deni Bonet at Fourth Floor Studio, NYC
Recorded July 2014 at Kaleidoscope Sound in Union City, NJ
Studio engineering and sound mix - Kyle Casell and Eupana
Mastering engineer - Mark Fuller
Album cover source material - Robert Fludd
One of the greatest Post-Rock albums of all time, and one of my top 5 albums in any genre. The stories behind each song fuel the emotional power that is inherit in them. There is this sense of overwhelming darkness lying within each track, but in the end emerging with a patient, and trustful hope of good. Signum Crucis