Night Gestalt - The Last Days of New Glasir
There’s a soft melody that opens Night Gestalt’s track, “The Last Days of New Glasir” and it’s a relaxing hook that quickly eases the listener into a peaceful soundscape. As the movement of the track begins to change, a warm and impactful piano melody is introduced. Something about the character and sound carry with it a somewhat lonesome and melancholic tone. Together with the backing ambient pads, a stunningly gorgeous atmosphere is pulling you closer and closer to the center.
“The Last Days of New Glasir” is the closing track from the latest release, New Glasir which can be ordered on vinyl here.
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