West Hollywood, CA – In association with Grand Central Artists, So Human is all set to release their album Power for the Fools on November 25th this year. ‘Power for the Fools’ is the ‘first season’ of the ‘three seasons’ concept album.
After a decade of multi-creative activity including performing, recording, mixing, shooting, and writing, the new album is much anticipated, and now that the wait is over with the announce of the release date 25th of November, the launch will see the release of 8 video songs of the album and a novel along with it.
The music in the first part of the three-seasons concept album, ‘Power for the Fools’ as announced by Grand Central Artists, carries on a sentimental and picturesque trip. The first song in the album ‘I’m a Fool’ is the prelude to the story that the album narrates. While from ‘The Ride’ to ‘Renegade’ one might find himself on a musical journey from rock in the 80s to the electro-acoustic contemporary rock.
Power for the Fools is a story about a lost soul, Bear, who will be led seeking for peace by reconnecting with love and nature despite his addictions and himself. So Human tells about the stages in the first part of the journey through the 8 songs, it is a journey full of surprises with the experience of new dimensions in human unconsciousness
Friendship is what glues together So Human’s band members. 30 years ago, they started out as a pop-rock band, when their youngest member was only 17 and the oldest one, 19. They played their own compositions live and recorded their first songs on a 4 track cassette player. They went on including new band members only to go back to their original power trio formation that they still maintain today, apart from the invaluable intervention of Ben Moussay and his inspiring skills on piano and keyboards.
From 1995 to 1996 both Alex -guitar- and Joe -bass- moved to LA to study at the Musicians Institute to broaden their musical language and technical skills. There, the seed of the concept album “Power for the Fools” was planted in their hearts and souls. Unfortunately, Alex -drums- wasn’t able to travel with them because of his military service obligations. After deciding to move to Paris with a fourth friend, countless hours were spent in the making of their second album. Tensions arose between them and the added pressure of the outer “real” world drove Joe to break away from the project, to the surprise and disenchantment of the others. In 1999 each of them went to different ways.
In 2006, Alex Bart got nominated at the GRAMMY AWARDS for the Best Album in the Latin Jazz category with Ray Barretto’s “Time was, Time is”.
In 2012, the original band united again and the name “So Human” was then devised. Since then, they delve into musical creation and recording, video making and editing, and novel writing. Today they are happy to present and share their creation, the fruit of decades of friendship, and a mirror image of their restless personalities.
See the full tracklist for So Human’s Power for the Fools here and download the album on all platforms on November 25th.
Company Name: Grand Central Artists
Contact Person: Simonetta Izzo
Address:7111 Santa Monica Blvd. Ste B-154
City: West Hollywood
State: CA 90046
Country: United States