[News] Cosmic blues trio Zålomon Grass released experimental film and soundtrack “Three Hundred Years”

Vigo, Spain based Cosmic Blues trio has Zålomon Grass released experimental film and soundtrack “Three Hundred Years.” Stream the full film through the YouTube player below:

The band comments: “Our story begins at an unknown point between space and time, and in which, through our music, we explore places where rumors of past lives trapped in stone can be heard. A story that unfolds, without a defined beginning or end, between these songs under the premise: “Last night may last forever”.

Zålomon Grass’ “Three Hundred Years” EP contains the original soundtrack created for the film of the same title. From a script and story written by Gabriel Mckenzie. Musical score recorded, mixed and mastered at Rodd Studios in Vigo (Galiza, Spain) by David Rodd with occasional assistance from Yago Guirado. Scenes recorded in A Casa de Arriba (Vigo), Pazo de Lourizá (Marín) and Salinas de Ulló.

The 4 track album/film “Three Hundred Years” in which the band explains their minds about the mistic exposure of body and soul to the relentless passsage of time through their music and photograms.

Purchase the EP here: https://zalomongrass.bandcamp.com/album/three-hundred-years

Tracklist:

  1. Three Hundred Years (Intro)
  2. Moonglasses
  3. The Other Way Around
  4. Time Will Tell

Lineup:
Mauro Comesaña / drums, percussion, handclaps, backing vocals and Vox amp fumbling
Gabriel Mckenzie / electric and acoustic guitars, handclaps, main & backing vocals and analog synthesizer
David Rodd / acoustic guitar, bass, handclaps, backing vocals and analog synthesizer

Additional musical instruments provided by Marcelo Almirón & Fran Asenjo.

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Author: Jacopo Vigezzi

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