What is coming? What will the new after be? Do we wait for it, search for it, or create it? The Repressions new song is called To The After, and will be released on January 23rd on all music streaming and download platforms on Saturday January 23rd. Join The Repressions for a live stream concert and celebration that evening, 9pm EST on https://www.twitch.tv/therepressions.
This song is a brief reflection, and The Repressions hope it finds connection with you.
Here are links to some of the major places you can stream and download, and many places to listen for free…
APPLE MUSIC/ITUNES: https://music.apple.com/us/album/quiet-solitude-single/1528669598
AMAZON MUSIC: https://www.amazon.com/Quiet-Solitude-Repressions/dp/B08GG5KZ2R/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=The+Repressions+quiet+solitude&qid=1599327484&s=dmusic&sr=1-1
GOOGLE PLAY: https://play.google.com/store/music/album/The_Repressions_Quiet_Solitude?id=B5tsyxhpvrmsbwzm75hm2rlkkze
YOUTUBE MUSIC: https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=zGoWc-uMN68&list=RDAMVMzGoWc-uMN68
Join The Repressions from the comfort of wherever you happen to be in Saturday August 15~ This free live-stream online concert will be celebrating the release of their new song “From The Blue Green Sea.”
Click here for the event:
Huzzah! The next single release will be Saturday August 15th! “From The Blue Green Sea” will go live for streaming and sale everywhere you listen to music. Links will be posted on this website that day. If you just can’t wait the song is available on Bandcamp right now!
Of course, to celebrate, The Repressions will be performing a free livestream concert that evening as well. Check here, instagram and facebook for more details to come very soon:
Thank you for listening!
We call it Forest Music, some of these songs, because we feel connected to the very sound of that. Musical genres blend and leap and jump and share, we cannot adhere to one of we tried, yet we are always asked what type of music do we play? At one concert in 2019, we played a set list of our melodically softer and quieter songs, and a stranger in the audience approached us afterward and said “It sounds like Forest Music,” and we were all excited smiles.
If something as revered by us as a forest could produce something as revered by us as music, then to even capture a hint of that in the imagination fills us with humble glee.
We are currently recording “Ophelia’s Song, “”From the Blue Green Sea,” “Followcat,” and “Quiet Solitude. These are songs that tell some of those tales.