Finnish one-man dark acoustic prog folk rock band Nobody released new album ‘Hyperborean Ecstasy’ via Inverse Records. ‘Hyperborean Ecstasy’ is a poem about the Nordic soul, its heights and lows, traumas and hopes, brewed and mixed with the fresh breeze of new cultural interactions that enrich our landscape. Musically it’s a mixture of blues, Finnish traditional music, rock and world music, produced, written and performed by Tuomas Kauppinen.
Finnish dark acoustic prog folk rock artist NOBODY released single/video ‘Excommunicated’
Composed by Tuomas Kauppinen Lyrics by Tuomas Kauppinen Mastered by Tommi Otsavaara
Finnish one-man dark acoustic prog folk rock band Nobody released a new single ‘Excommunicated’. The track is taken from the upcoming new album ‘Hyperborean Ecstasy’ which is set to be released on September 14th 2023 via Inverse Records. The man behind Nobody, Tuomas Kauppinen comments the single: “The word ‘trauma’ derives from Greek and means ‘wound’. If a person is wounded profoundly, their life will be altered in a manner that can be either debilitating or liberating. This song deals with such an injury.”
Finnish dark acoustic prog folk rock band NOBODY released EP ‘Father of Lies’
track-list: The Divine Marquis Chain of Events Alliance House Uphill
Nobody is: Tuomas Kauppinen vocals, acoustic guitar, electric bass, accordion, congas, electric guitar, contra bass, keyboard, djembe & triangle
Finnish one-man dark acoustic prog folk rock band Nobody released the new EP ‘Father of Lies’. This four track EP is once again released in cooperation with Inverse Records. The man behind Nobody, Tuomas Kauppinen comments the EP and tracks: “‘The Father of Lies’ violates us every day of our lives, feeding us with hatred and fear, rewarding acquiescence with even more brutality. The further we give in to his reckless demands, the further he will tear our souls apart. He is a psychopathic god who will never stop, unless we say ‘no’. And we will say ‘no’, eventually. It will not be a revolution of guns and bloodshed that will liberate us from his grip, but a revolution of our hearts.” ‘The Divine Marquis’: “The marquis de Sade was a deranged bastard, without doubt. He bound up sex workers, whipped them bloody and imprisoned them in his chateau, forcing them to watch as he masturbated on religious icons. But this was not the reason why the status quo locked him up for the greater part of his life. The reason was that de Sade wrote about what the upper classes did in their free time, how they raped and tortured vulnerable people for their pleasure. Napoleon Bonaparte, that pitiful midget who thought he would grow bigger by enslaving Europe, saw de Sade as a threat because he wrote what he saw. And if you think that times have changed, that no longer truth-speakers are persecuted for speaking out, you are fatally mistaken.” ‘Chain of Events’: “Karma means reaction. For every action there is a reaction. Bear that in mind the next time you bitch at a clerk in the supermarket, just because your boss made you feel like shit at work. What are you doing in a workplace that makes you feel like shit anyway?” ‘Alliance’: “Love is impossible to describe. We all want it, but it takes sacrifices beyond what most of us are willing to make. Love easily destroys you, too, if you make too many sacrifices, in the wrong ways. Then love will rot and turn to hate. Every goddamn poet writes about love, but have they taught you anything about it, in the truest sense of the word? If they have, let me know. I still can’t describe love.” ‘House Uphill’: “My home country is filled with depressed, suicidal and even murderous souls who can’t have access to help except in the form of pills that numb their minds, make them fat, deprive them of their sleep, make them impotent, psychotic, incoherent and disagreeable in infinite ways. No real help is available, unless you kill someone or almost kill yourself, at which point it’s too little, too late. We are nothing but cattle to the ‘Father of Lies’, and he doesn’t care about our well-being as long as we keep making him profit. This is the story of one of those animals who never had a chance, was never given a chance, and who was buried among the rest of the discarded livestock, without a flower on their grave to ease their decomposition.”