Returning with a long-awaited album, is French-British songwriter Albert Newton. His new album Twin Earth marks a spellbinding fusion of psychedelia, electronica, and indie bliss. Albert Newton AKA Henry de Montbazon, invites audiences on an otherworldly odyssey across a journey of indie, synthwave and electronica.
Enkindled by encounters with quantum mechanics aficionados and astrophysics devotees, Newton immerses himself in existential exploration. This newfound ardor becomes the driving force behind "Twin Earth," molding its celestial harmonies and ruminative verses.
Teaming up with producer Max Baby, recognized for his collaborations with revered talents such as Hannah Jadagu and Goldie Boutilier, Newton constructs a sonic panorama paying homage to luminaries like David Bowie and Philip Glass. Each composition pulsates with a dynamic vitality, drawing inspiration from a spectrum as varied as MGMT, Tame Impala, and Frank Ocean.
From the ethereal reverie of "Bedroom Posters (Spring)" to the cosmic opulence of "Twin Earth," Newton's opus stands as a testament to his artistic metamorphosis. One of the standout tracks on the project is "Somewhere in the dark" which develops through Gary Numan-esque indie synth, through to straight up electronica. The album showcases an artist who's doing unique and creative things throughout a journey.