ALBUM REVIEW: Melody’s Echo Chamber – Emotional Eternal | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Released: 29.04.22






After a period spent away from the music industry, Melody Prochet makes a very welcome return with her third album, Emotional Eternal. Utilising Reine Fiske of Dungen as well as Fredrik Swahn of The Amazing as her studio collaborators, Emotional Eternal offers a more straightforward and accessible take on Prochet’s baroque neo-psychedelic pop than the remarkable collage of Bon Voyage whilst still building on that album’s diversity of sounds and arrangements.

Where The Water Clears The Illusion and A Slow Dawning of Peace are amongst the most directly impactful and emotional pieces Prochet has written to date, while between the sharp grooves of Pyramids In The Clouds and the Gainsbourg-ian closer Alma_The Voyage, her already expansive musical universe grows ever more all-encompassing.


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