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Hydrogen  Sea’s  shimmering  new  single  ‘Blackest  Skies’  is  an  exciting  and  tender  ode  to  an  epic  love,  transcending  time  and  space.The  band  expands,  but  does  not  bargain  its  intensity.  Their  new  incarnation  allows  Birsen  Uçar  and  PJ  Seaux  to  lay  down  ties  with  the  laptop,  and  to  include  two  brand  new  band  members.
Hydrogen  Sea’s  shimmering  new  single  ‘Blackest  Skies’  explores  the  tender  and  exciting  tale  of  two  humans  bound  by  love  across  time  and  space.  In  the  video  for  ‘Blackest  Skies’,  the  story  is  embodied  by  real  life  Belgian-Dutch  coupleDauwke  and  Lynn,  and  is  carefully  captured  by  video  director  Jeffrey  Roekens,  who  accompanied  the  cast  into  a  contemporary  museum  and  recorded  some  of  their  intimate  moments.
Hydrogen  Sea  does  not  turn  away  from  previous  soundscapes,  but  exchanges  digital  elements  in  order  to  focus  on  an  analogue  journey.  In  their  previous  band  setting,  Birsen  Uçar  and  PJ  Seaux  longed  for  something  more  human  and  organic:  “We  became  slaves  of  our  own  computers.  We  encountered  restrictions  while  performing,  as  communication  with  laptops  is  limited.The  physical  and  creative  presence  of  Patricia  Vanneste  (Balthazar),  Joris  Caluwaerts  (STUFF.)  and  Steven  Van  Gelder  (Tout  Va  Bien),  Hydrogen  Sea  transformed  almost  instantly.  We  could  start  a  dialogue  with  everyone,  which  means  a  world  of  difference.  It  feels  like  we’re  free  at  last,”
Hydrogen  Sea’s  second  full  album  will  be  released  in  April  2019,  and  will  be  presented  on  the  25th  of  April  2019  in  the  Ancienne  Belgique.


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25/04, Ancienne Belgique, Brussels

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