Pete International Airport
Next Of Kin (Featuring Lisa Elle)
It Felt Like The End Of The World
From The Dandy Warhols, Peter G. Holmström continues the musical adventure with Pete International Airport. A glissando of talents and backgrounds move together in one well-oiled machine of sound and imaginative travel. Out now on Little Cloud Records, his new album It Felt Like The End Of The World takes a body of work mostly written during Covid and releases it into the wild. This third album takes the rock psychedelia to new levels with mixing undertaken by Spooky Electric Co’s Jeremy Sherrer and mastering by Dave Coley at Elysian. Featuring Dark Horses’ Lisa Elle, Next Of Kin takes the position of video single and portrays a sense of progress in times of uncertainty.
Enchanting melodies waft up from the dreamy intro, guitars and drums emerging from the chrysalis of sound. Bass forms a solid ground for heady drums and meandering piano to flow in spacious verse sections. Lisa Elle sings with her angelic voice quality that rises and falls with the tune as the song reaches ever further outward. Ambient guitar motifs ring out between the words as harmonising phrases elevate and compliment the sound of the vocal. A tuneful and uplifting relaxation gives Next Of Kin a great atmosphere and an imaginative playground of inspiration.
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