‘Joy’ is a floating vibe, loving and rejecting, all at the same time. A delightful culmination of multiple genres, relish in their individualism and push forth to new and grander definition of music.
The song is a hum-dinger.
On April 3, Toronto’s Scott Hardware will be releasing ‘Engel’, his second full-length album, which from all accounts will again, demonstrate Scott’s fabulous talents and musical sensibilities. A profound artist whom takes his experiences and delves deep into his heart of writing and expressing in that most poignant of ways.
The prog-rock / indie pop vibes swirl in his works, with even deeper and contentiously delicious lyrical addendum.
‘Engle’ was inspired by Wim Wenders’ Wings of Desire. The film follows angels around pre-unification Berlin as they listen to the thoughts of the mortals they are surrounded by. “I sought with this album to capture the film’s velvety feeling – in turns funny, depressing, dark and mundane – in LP form,” Scott said.
Scott’s vibe is way to go.
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Excited to announce my new record, Engel. The whole thing will be out in early April but for now, there’s ‘Joy’ (link in Bio) and wow it rly takes a village!: @chris.curreri made the cover art, @shelbyfenlon took the pic of me. For ‘Joy’ @carlynbezic played bass on it, @jonathanpappo played drums, @halocline_trance mastered it, @leeparadiso engineered it, Robert Shortill engineered the piano and box and @telephoneexplosionrecords gave it all a home. Thank each and every one of u.