This, my new album ”Spæctator” has been under way for 2-3 years now. It’s a long time for me, but being on the road touring as much as we have makes the whole process a bit longer. What you get is a Leæther Strip album with my trademark ”old-school”sound, some harsh songs, some melodic songs, something to dance to and hopefully some that will make you think a bit about life’s up’s and down’s. I had a clear vision in my head of what I wanted the album to be like. As usual it is a very personal album. I had a lot of negative things that had to be processed in my head, like the passing of my Mother and my husbands severe health problems. The passing of my mother brought back a lot of childhood problems I had ignored, cause it was simply too painful. I spent my whole life fighting for her acceptance and sadly I never felt I got it. As a kid I always felt I was left out, different, and pushed away into the background, and like I had to observe everyone else’s life behind a two way mirror, like a spectator to life and not an actual part of it, trying so desparatly to be loved by the people I loved. Looking back, I also really think that this feeling was why I used music as medicine, and why composing songs at an early age came so natural for me. This album is dedicated to all those who feel unwanted, disenchanted and to all those who feel they have so much love to give but no one to give it to. I am very proud of this one and I hope you will enjoy listening to this album as much I ejoyed composing it.
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It's punk by way of Marylin Manson always wanted to be. is what I would say if I didn't know better. If this is the future of punk music I'm glad Jello left the ages ago. This both makes you want to headbang and delve deep into your own soul to understand what makes you tick. John Provens III
I bought this album off another site and with their special code, got the digital version free from BC because of the code.
I Been a stalker fan for decades and now I am even more elated to find out FLA has a BandCamp page. FLA in FLAC... Do you need another reason?
How about some 24-bit releases guys? Joseph Harder