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Aisles is a song about knowing and seeing more, yet understanding less. About the sentiment of finding ourselves in an age of endless choice, providing us with endless cluelessness. It's inspired by Adam Curtis "Hypernormalization", studies on irrationality by Dan Ariely and the daily craze of 2018.
Skeleton Skies started as a solo project by singer and multi-instrumentalist Jorma Ruben. Dwelling on alliterations and slashes, Ruben released three concept EPs “Times/Tides”, “Sleep”Sunrise” and “Work/Worth” from 2014 to 2016, whilst performing, recording and experimenting with varying band constellations. Temporary band memebers in the intial stages were Geordie Jay, Ivan Marovic (Mandowie), Krzysztof Kaszuba, Rosa Mercedes (Alright Gandhi) and Basil Hylton II (A Future Telegram) amongst others. In 2018 the band, now permanently completed by Max Lorenz, Florian Wildner and Ria Rother, set out to record a full-length album in their studio in Berlin. “Back to Nowhere” was released as a first single from the fourthcoming debut album in July 2018. The band is settling for a dry, playfull and percussive alt-pop sound, blending new romantics and post-punk, coining their style of music exuberantly, melancholic indie-pop
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