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BARDSPEC - New Video Released, Announces Album Release Show

Next month will see the release of Hydrogen, the impending debut from Bardspec, the ambient project/band featuring Enslaved composer/guitarist Ivar Bjørnson and Today Is The Day's Steve Austin. In advance of its release Bardspec offers up the stunning visual accompaniment to the fittingly-titled "Gamma". Directed by David Hall, the clip can be viewed in the player below.
Comments Bjørnson of the band's latest single, ""Gamma" is a meditation on the magic of science, or perhaps the science of magic. The mysteries of the atom and nuclear physics have fascinated me deeply as long as I can remember. Enlightened humans have known for thousands of years that the concept of 'god' dwells within the corporal being, and with the atom bomb the proof was definite... to me at least. As scientist in charge [American theoretical physicist and professor of physics Julius Robert] Oppenheimer said, watching the first test atom bomb go off: 'I have become Shiva: Destroyer Of Worlds.' The other aspect of radiation is its communicative powers; of carrying information over enormous distances. We learn things about the universe and its early days from watching bursts of Gamma Ray make its way through the universe. Musically speaking it is one of the heavier songs, which I managed to sneak in a little Sigur Ros tribute into as well."
In related news, Bardspec will perform a rare and special show late next month at Brooklyn's Saint Vitus Bar. The record release show features Bardspec alongside Josh Graham's IIVII and recent additions Gnaw. Set to take place on 29th June at Saint Vitus Bar in Brooklyn, New York. Link