LOGBOOK. Itinerary #1 Barcelona [HMR002]

by Pyrénées

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  • Poster/Print + Digital Album

    Two 5x7 (or equivalent/horizontal) exclusive prints of Pyrenees' photographies from the city of Barcelona, signed by him.

    These photographies are part of a bigger project containing exclusive material by Pyrénées. This "Logbook" will explore 6 city itineraries thought images, texts, etc., and will come out late 2015.

    Frames are not included.

    Includes unlimited streaming of LOGBOOK. Itinerary #1 Barcelona [HMR002] via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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      £10 GBP or more 

     

  • Streaming + Download

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

      £6 GBP

     

  • Full Digital Discography

    Get all 7 High Mountains Records releases available on Bandcamp and save 30%.

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of LOGBOOK. Itinerary #6 London [HMR007], LOGBOOK. Itinerary #5 Don Benito AW [HMR006], LOGBOOK. Itinerary #4 Don Benito SS [HMR005], LOGBOOK. Itinerary #3 California [HMR004], LOGBOOK. Itinerary #2 Berlin [HMR003], LOGBOOK. Itinerary #1 Barcelona [HMR002], and ESCAPES [HMR001]. , and , .

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about

Pyrénées moved to the UK eight years ago but his past was never forgotten. He was born near the sea, in a town of Barcelona called Calella: place where mountains meet the sea and where past and present fight for territory.

In this first EP, Pyrénées creates a timeless air full of young emotions that some turned bitter, and some turned joyful. Sounds imitating the north winds and rhythms chasing the last glance of sun.

A mixture of house and techno beats; moving around flourished soundscapes that disappear as soon as they reappear.

"Caminando En Promenade" and "Sea Clouds" refer to Pyrénées’ hometown Calella and the numerous trips by train to the city ("Barcelona") along the coastline. These have remained the same, despite age. The promenade hasn’t stopped showing the sea to its passersby and the sea clouds still cover the train racks.

The city always meant freedom. It showed him what he wanted to see or try, the limits existed to be explored and little by little it became a place that kept dreams and secrets. Today it brings ‘recuerdos’ (memories) and it collides with a present: a not easy situation where the reflection of who you where and who you are now collide. "Who’s That?" is a track about changes and reflections of oneself. It’s the dualism of past and present. These changes and reflections led Pyrénées to get "Carried Away" by emotions and situations. With the years, the past/present dualism became more important and difficult to deal with. It meant facing the old persona and the decisions that were made. "Dealing with 1944" for instance, describes the struggle of spending longer periods of time with parents after living abroad for many years. "Gratitude" however, describes the realisation of existence in a current context where not everyone is born free or has limited freedom.

During the last year or so, it’s been a bit of a life out of a suitcase and full of airports, trains and roads to other destinations. Passing the Windmills is the continuation of a free feeling and the sign of leaving Barcelona… the sign of moving forward and Leaving Behind.

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released July 31, 2015

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