“There’s another love waiting for me in another life. He’s telling me, I believe him, this ain’t no lie."
A black bird is calling your name. There are things you don’t know anything about. A rocket flies through the universe. There are distant places, where you have never been. An unknown planet in outer space. Could you be someone else out there?
After the release of their debut ‘Phantom Garden’, the Swiss six-piece-band Len Sander didn’t take a break and are now releasing their newest song ‘Places’, packed in an EP with five remixes. The five well-known Swiss artists Pablo Nouvelle, KnoR (Rizzoknor), Dave Eleanor, Nkelo (Wolfman) and Oilst & Ben Jarli deconstructed their favourite Len Sander songs. The result is an EP full of danceable tracks with mysterious sound constructs.
The video to the song uses material from the American 60ies science-fiction movie “Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women”, that in turn is based on the movie “Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet”, that for his part works with material from the Russian version “Planeta Bur”. The track addresses the relationship between space and time. While Blanka’s voice descends like a warm sonic carpet on the arrangement, a minimalistic beat-structure inexorably makes its way. Accompanied by a stammering guitar-pattern the song finally finds redemption in a psychotic feedback-valhalla.