Tarja Turunen’s Outlanders Project Shares “Closer to the Sky” 


OUTLANDERS, launched by Finnish soprano legend Tarja Turunen and EDM pioneer Torsten Stenzel, have released the official visualizer to “Closer to the Sky.” Watch it here.



The track features guitarist Trevor Rabin, best known as guitarist of prog rock icons YES, as well as a top Hollywood blockbuster movies score composer.

The next single “The Cruellest Goodbye” arrives January 28 and features Al Di Meola. Stay tuned.

It will be released as a limited edition 7″ vinyl exclusively at Tarja’s online store and digitally at earMUSIC. 

A SIDE:
“The Cruellest Goodbye”
B SIDE:
“The Cruellest Goodbye” (Rough Mix 2014)

ABOUT OUTLANDERS:
So, what is OUTLANDERS?

The answer is simple: It is a music genre on its own, since classifying OUTLANDERS as any pre-existing genre would be a fruitless endeavor.

Tarja’s vision for OUTLANDERS is to create something fresh and new. OUTLANDERS combine chill, exciting electronic beats with Tarja’s emotional, classically trained vocals, along with unique guitar performances. These three elements are a constant in all the songs.

“Closer to The Sky” marked the start of a release series of eight tracks via earMUSIC preceding a full-length album; each song presents an exceptional guitarist as a guess.

Some participants include Al Di MeolaJoe SatrianiJennifer BattenSteve RotheryMike OldfieldWalter GiardinoRon “Bumblefoot” ThalVernon Reid, and Marty Friedman.

Recorded and mixed mainly on the Caribbean island of Antigua during the last 10 years, the sounds of OUTLANDERS are mystic. They are soft and powerful; catchy and dreamy; modern but vintage — at the same time. Their music is about opposites that magically attract each other and the three aesthetic pillar elements unite to create a singular unique sound.

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