Legendary Swedish progressive rockers Kaipa, led by mastermind Hans Lundin, are set to release their new studio album ‘Children of the Sounds’ on 22nd September 2017. Now they are pleased to reveal a lyric video for the album’s closing track ‘What’s Behind the Fields’ and you can see that here:
“I think we all want to explore what’s behind the fields. Sometimes we take that trip and sometimes it’s just a journey to a place somewhere in our rare and open minds.”
The album will be available as Special Edition CD Digipak, Gatefold Black 2LP + CD, Gatefold Clear 2LP + CD (exclusive to the InsideOut shop), Gatefold dark green 2LP + CD (also available at the InsideOut shop) & digital download. Pre-order now here:http://smarturl.it/ChildrenOfTheSounds
‘What’s Behind the Fields’ is available immediately digitally when you pre-order the album on iTunes or Amazon MP3, as well as being available on all major streaming services.
Furthermore, a special offer including either the LP or CD plus a post card signed by Hans Lundin is exclusively available via Burning Shed: http://bit.ly/KaipaBurningShedUK
The band also recently released a lyric video for the album’s title track which you can see here: https://youtu.be/jlSDKpP2lCQ
The band’s 13th album, and 8th since the act were reborn in 2002, this album features the line-up of Lundin, accompanied by Per Nilsson (Scar Symmetry), Morgan Ågren (Karmakanic), Jonas Reingold (The Flower Kings, Karmakanic), Patrik Lundström (Ritual) & Aleena Gibson, plus a guest appearance from violinist Elin Rubinsztein.
Hans comments: “In November 2014 when I was still filled with all the energy I had captured during the summer I started to write the new songs. What really made me push the start button this time was a magic spirit that filled my whole body after visiting a concert with Morgan Ågren and his band ‘Mats & Morgan Band’. I woke up the morning after the concert and still felt that enormous groove filling every part of my consciousness. I realized that I had to canalize all this energy somewhere so I decided to start to write some new music. I had also found a lot of inspiration from the long bicycle rides that I made during the summer in the open land-scape around Uppsala. It was like if the notes were rising up from the billowing fields I passed and the words were falling like raindrops from the clear sky. So now I suddenly had found the key to open up all these ideas that had been slumbering at the back of my mind for a while. All the beauty and the wondrous inspiration from nature in combination with this “enormous groove” made me create five long songs during the next months.”