Unlike "Outlining States of Mind", that
brought more lyric and sentimental lines, in this
new album we explore another side of Scarlet Leaves.
"Deep Sad Frustration" still keeps the idea
of bringing songs and lyrics with abstract and elaborated
On this album, the instrumental brings more orchestrated
lines and highlights the violas, cellos and violins.
Some percussions are more intense. The guitars are
still wandering according to every sound and the synths
and other programming are more profound and present
than the first album.
The voice is still soft but not so lyrical. We brought
a more mature and secure voice for this material,
showing a musical development.
In some songs we bring real facts of life, such as
in "The Misfortune" involving a limited
human being, unable to live in their own freedom.
In "Luxuriae", we try to be poetic in relation
to one of the seven deadly sins, Lust.
"Alma" once was called "Believe",
because this song talks about believing, going crazy
On the other hand, "Dust and Silence" travels
in hope and confusion, reflected in tears through
The idea behind "Godforsaken" was bringing
a story through the eyes of an angel abandoned by
In "Persephone Garden" we fled a bit from
the idea of the other songs to tell our version of
the story of Persephone and Hades, characters in Greek
And finally "Misth" is mysterious as always.
It's up to the listeners to interpret what it means
2. The Misfortune
3. Dust and Silence
6. Persephone Garden
8. Misth (Ashes to ashes)
9. Catch The Breeze (Slowdive)
10. Alma (Moritz Schoenermann 80's mix)