MELODYS ECHO CHAMBER – ” Unfold “

Posted: September 8, 2022 in MUSIC
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Melody’s Echo Chamber was the creation of musician Melody Prochet with production from Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker—her partner at the time. The two reconvened after the first album’s release and starting working on the follow-up in 2013 in Perth. During that period, Melody’s Echo Chamber was touring. “I wrote bits of the songs around the world while swirling with the clouds around the globe, moving too fast,” she said. “I remember trying to blow those bubbles of creation for us into very uncertain windows of space and time.” However, the two went their separate ways and, as a result, Melody’s Echo Chamber didn’t finish the intended follow-up album.

“The album was 50 percent completed, and then the relationship just didn’t make it through the process,” Melody explained. “And then I tried to work on it on my own for a couple years, until I realized that I was just really hurting myself doing that.” Seven tracks from that period remain, which are now getting a proper release.

Today, Melody’s Echo Chamber shared the title track from the forthcoming project. “This song captures the emotional ambivalence of a crossroad, like a child finding a special seashell hidden in the sand but the ocean’s creature still lives inside,” Prochet explained. “I guess it’s the sound releasing of the beloved.”

Melody’s Echo Chamber – “Unfold” out now on Domino / Fat Possum Records. On 30th September 2022, the 10th anniversary edition of ‘Melody’s Echo Chamber’s’ self-titled debut will be released alongside ‘Unfold,’ the lost follow-up album from which seven rare and unreleased tracks will be made available.

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