Simon Klee returns to Subexotic with his compelling new solo album –
The Light Of Elevation.

Charting its way through a sequence of disorientating themes, including invasive therapy, collective mental transcendency, and blissful states of consciousness, each section unfolds to reveal an overload of mind-bending altered states.

Klee’s take on mindfulness employs a jittering, yet euphoric energy, finely honed to mirror his subject. Synthesized lead lines and quick-fire drum machines snap and glimmer throughout, locking each motif into a pristine array of blister-packed patterns. This fresh and daring twist on uplifting ‘synth-pop’ proves to be an exhilarating evolution in Klee’s ever-expanding musical journey. Stirring stuff.

The Light Of Elevation will be released on 4th March, via digital platforms and special edition Compact Disc.

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