Released On: Apr 20, 2012
Released By: Compost Records
Marbert Rocel live in a flat share in Leipzig. The sound of a kick drum resounds daily. Sometimes four guys are sitting in four different rooms and tweaking four different tracks. On rare occasions you can hear the piano from the flat below. This wonderfully describes them musically.
Their new album Small Hours deals with the all too human abiding themes of love, lonesomeness, and disappointment, and describes a progression from the early evening hours to the early morning hours. The time in which one reflects, dances, or simply smokes and looks out of the window.