Just the sort of beautiful, crystalline creations that we’ve come to expect from cap'n Tiersen – these are smooth, evocative, and more than a little soothing for the soul.
‘Kerber’, the new album from Yann Tiersen, is a beautifully textured, highly immersive and thoughtfully constructed electronic world to step inside of. Piercing piano keys merge with swirling soundscapes, as Tiersen explores the possibilities of infinite smallness. The album was created and recorded at The Eskal, the studio he built on Ushant (the island where he lives, located 30 kilometres off the west coast of Brittany in the Celtic Sea), and ‘Kerber’ is named after a chapel in a small village on the island while each track sonically maps the landscape that surrounds Tiersen’s home.
- Ar Maner Kozh
- Ker Yegu
- Ker al Loch
- Poull Bojer