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Blue States returns with his sixth album titled World Contact Day, set for release via Memphis Industries on 18 March 2021 and named after the day each year on which UFO society International Flying Saucer Bureau tries to contact alien lifeform. World Contact Day arrives six years after the previous Blue States album, written and recorded partly at Dragazis' Lightwell Recordings studio in Hackney featuring a combination of instrumental soundscapes and vocal songs that draw from influences as diverse as world as Morricone, Vangelis, Beak, Broadcast and The Carpenters. Songs on the new record feature guest vocals from the likes of Giampaolo Speziale and Federica Caiozzo of the Italian band, Malihini, English folk-musician, Rachael Dadd and Miami-based Allison May-Brice (The 18th Day Of May, Lake Ruth).

Blue States returns with his sixth album titled World Contact Day, set for release via Memphis Industries on 18 March 2021 and named after the day each year on which UFO society International Flying Saucer Bureau tries to contact alien lifeform. World Contact Day arrives six years after the previous Blue States album, written and recorded partly at Dragazis' Lightwell Recordings studio in Hackney featuring a combination of instrumental soundscapes and vocal songs that draw from influences as diverse as world as Morricone, Vangelis, Beak, Broadcast and The Carpenters. Songs on the new record feature guest vocals from the likes of Giampaolo Speziale and Federica Caiozzo of the Italian band, Malihini, English folk-musician, Rachael Dadd and Miami-based Allison May-Brice (The 18th Day Of May, Lake Ruth).

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World Contact Day [Limited Edition Cream LP]
Artist: Blue States
Format: Vinyl
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Blue States returns with his sixth album titled World Contact Day, set for release via Memphis Industries on 18 March 2021 and named after the day each year on which UFO society International Flying Saucer Bureau tries to contact alien lifeform. World Contact Day arrives six years after the previous Blue States album, written and recorded partly at Dragazis' Lightwell Recordings studio in Hackney featuring a combination of instrumental soundscapes and vocal songs that draw from influences as diverse as world as Morricone, Vangelis, Beak, Broadcast and The Carpenters. Songs on the new record feature guest vocals from the likes of Giampaolo Speziale and Federica Caiozzo of the Italian band, Malihini, English folk-musician, Rachael Dadd and Miami-based Allison May-Brice (The 18th Day Of May, Lake Ruth).

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