artist: Foretaste
title: Happy End!
reference number: BDMCD39
format: album
release date: 2021-01-29

Four years after their blockbuster album "Space Echoes", Foretaste are back with "Happy End!", a new album which was recorded during a year that didn't really go as planned and whose title and sleeve are the ironical echoes of these very peculiar times.

With a sneak preview in December thanks to the "Lost: Run!" EP that delivers the sounds of controlled chaos, no one will miss the fact that the production on this new record changes once more, shifting towards a harsher and more raw sound, with brand new rhythmic tricks which best serve the band's uniquely crafted melodies. This sixth chapter is one of a band that leaps into the unknown while still having a glance behind their shoulder, a band that proudly built on a know-how over their five previous albums, allowing them to look beyond the horizon with a new record that is already considered as their most adventurous to date.

"Happy End!" is that Foretaste album that no-one should miss, especially if the end of the world had to strike us sooner than expected. Includes the singles "Run" and "Lost For Seven Years" and the original version of "Dead Star".



Four years after their super-produced album “Space Echoes”, Foretaste are back with “Happy End!”, a new album which was recorded during a year that didn’t really go as planned and whose title and sleeve are the ironical echoes of these very peculiar times. With a sneak preview in December thanks to the ”Lost: Run!” EP that delivers the sounds of controlled chaos, no one will miss the fact that the production on this new record changes once more, shifting towards a harsher and more raw sound, with brand new rhythmic tricks which best serve the band's uniquely crafted melodies. This sixth chapter is one of a band that leaps into the unknown while still having a glance behind their shoulder, a band that proudly built on a know-how over their five previous albums, allowing them to look beyond the horizon with a new record that is already considered as their most adventurous to date.

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