Award-winning (independent) Japanese metal band Esprit D’Air has just released their new single, ‘Nebulae’ today. Their last original single, “Leviathan” (with a video directed by Bury Tomorrow’s ‘Cannibal’) has received over 700,000 views on YouTube in the space of just four months, and their X Japan cover of the power metal song ‘Kurenai’ has received a lot of praise online.
Produced by Kaiand Sougo Akiyoshi, and mixed byPaul Visser at The Recording Studio London, ‘Nebulae’ will be released worldwide on all major streaming platforms on April 30th, 2021. With new releases planned every six weeks until the end of 2021, Esprit D’Air’s second album, Oceans will follow-up in late 2021.
Lead vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Kais ays,“We can let circumstances rule us, or we can take charge of our destiny. This is our anthem of motivation and inventing our own future.”
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