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Kitty Solaris – James Bond

Kitty Solaris – James Bond

Kitty Solaris, the Berlin singer/songwriter renowned for her raw and introspective style, is set to release her new album “James Bond” on July 19 through Solaris Empire. Inspired by icons like Sonic Youth, The Cure, The Velvet Underground, and Cat Power, Solaris has crafted a distinctive sound characterized by direct and poignant lyrics, complemented by her electric guitar and melancholic melodies.

The album’s title track, “James Bond,” already in heavy rotation on Radioeins in Germany, serves as a manifesto for peace amidst today’s chaos. Solaris explores peace not just as the absence of conflict but as a metaphor for interpersonal harmony, both on a small and grand scale.

“James Bond” takes listeners on a sonic journey where mariachi influences meet 80s dream pop, emphasizing the importance of maintaining connections rather than burning bridges. Tracks like the ultra-casual “Follow The Beatniks,” with its funk guitar, encourage independent thinking, while “Go with the Flow” delivers a nostalgic drive into the sunset. “Lights Out” delves into generational trauma and the search for love in a fractured world, and “Ayahuasca” suggests a reconnection with nature to expand human consciousness.

The album also features a cover of Robert Palmer’s “Johnny and Mary,” celebrating the unsung heroes of our time with “Heroes” and capturing the essence of new beginnings in “Spring in the Air.” Solaris’ collaboration with Australian producer Damian Press adds an electronic dimension to her signature sound, making “James Bond” a powerful addition to her discography.

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