The freedom of childhood, the mind is completely open to new things and ideas, to experiments, to learn and absorb, able to change, able to laugh of themselves, able to forgive forget and keep going, no fears, no expectations, always looking for the funniest way to resolve the life..
So why adults stop to be child?? Our child still inside of us, just let it keep shining!! #india#magicindia#travelaroundworld#travelalone#travelgirl#adventure#onmyown
When low moment comes, some old good memories kept us smile somehow. We may not be able to turn back the hands of time but we can always move forward, be strong and stay positive despite the odds ;)
♬ On My Own
♬ Release date: May 17, 2016
♬ It’s okay it’s okay
I’ll lie and say It’s okay
So far I’ve gone to get to you
It’s okay it’s okay
You see through my hardened face
Trying to see the light
Through the rain
Hoping that nothings gone ♬ ♬Need to feel needed
♬Release date: May 24, 2016
♬ Stop, don't turn that lock
Hold that key, don't drop
It won't take too long, it won't take too long
Stop with all the games
This ain't no charade
You know what I'm talking about♬
A year after his last 12” release, and a few months after his CD release, “Hamburg Süd / Nee IYaow eow eow,” featuring experimental vocal improvisations, Wolfgang Tillmans returns today with a new five songs 12” EP, also available to download, stream and on Youtube.
‘Heute Will Ich Frei Sein’ sets the energetic tone and leads straight onto the dance floor, a space that Tillmans has discussed from various angles throughout his career. The track was recorded in L.A. with experimental noise project Wreck and Reference. Tillmans’ lyrics sung in German translate as “Today I want to be free. Feel my body. Without fear and implosion. Acceptance.” Parts of the video for this song were filmed in an orphaned bonobo sanctuary near Kinshasa, Congo.
In ‘Completely Changed’ and ‘On My Own,’ Tillmans and his long-time collaborators Tim Knapp, Jay Pluck, and Kyle Combs return to more song-based recordings. ‘On My Own’ finds Tillmans’ mantric lyrics sung on a staggering pop production based on recordings of screeching trains in the New York City Subway. The video shows the final approach to landing in London, paired with a 3-D animation of an unpublished abstract photograph from 2011. ‘Completely Changed’ feels like an ever-building intro without ever being resolved. The video is led by Tillmans' passion for astronomy, showing the opening up of the William Herschel telescope on La Palma at nightfall.
The EP features a remix of ‘Fast Lane,’ a song originally written and recorded with Bert Lessmann in 1986. The remix by Justin Strauss and Bryan Mette replaces the original’s nervous arpeggiators with a seductive, ever-driving slow synth line.
The digital stream and download also features the 1986 recording of ‘Fast Lane,’ restored in 2016 at Trixx Studios Berlin.
Music video for all 5 songs on Youtube:
Video directed and filmed by Wolfgang Tillmans, Edited by Michael Amstad
Download and stream available on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, Google Play, juno, traxsource
12’’ vinyl distributed via wordandsound.de