Grégoire Fray’s acoustic escapade, The Hills Mover, finds its origins in his own personal mythology (already suggested in his post-industrial project Thot) and develops itself through aerial songs based on a minimalist sonic architecture. His first EP, Dead Notes, has been crafted between Belgium, Czech Republic, Poland and tells his journey across drowned landscapes littered with water-towers cadavers.
|2||pinch my arms||
|4||Rain is Over||
|6||The Feather Juggler (feat Amélie)||
|9||The Unbearable Lightness of Dancing||
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