Tesseract‘s newest album ‘Sonder’ is out now via Kscope. Vocalist Daniel Tompkins describes the record as “conceptually exploring a deep and devouring sense of insignificance, which ties into the overall theme and meaning behind Sonder. Also featured is an extended and re-worked version of last summer’s single Smile.” Bassist Amos Williams says: “The concept is to push past the restrictions of a stereo headphone mix and create an accurate 3D space in which positioning outside of the normal left/right axis can occur.”
“This is something that every artist that uses in-ear monitors on stage wishes to recreate – the real and accurate positioning of instruments. We immediately felt that this technology could be applicable to us in the studio.”
Listen to ‘Sonder’ below & catch them at The Regent on May 3rd – Tickets here.