The London-based duo embark on a multisensory escape to the Canary Islands
For their seventh album, The Silver Eye, uncompromising duo Goldfrapp toy with the premise of identity from a spontaneous explosion of mortal considerations. Working alongside a collection of collaborators including St. Vincent producer John Congleton and composer Bobby Krlic, the brooding electronic sounds leave ample room for one’s own contemplations.
“Volcanic and desert landscapes are the undefinable. They are life and death. Primal and mystical”
Alison Goldfrapp takes the helm behind the lens, capturing the otherworldly landscape of Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands, “where punishing winds form the land, grow and disappear”, she writes. “Volcanic and desert landscapes are the undefinable. They are life and death. Primal and mystical. They are the portal to the soul.”
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