Featuring nine dynamic tracks in all, Satori has outdone himself on the release of the full-length album Dreamin’ Colours. Showcasing many genre influences, moods, and an overall deeper expression of what the Satori project is all about, this is one album that you don’t want to miss. Mystical at some moments and feisty at others, there is a bit of something for everyone across the experience of this album.
The Netherlands based solo talent has had a unique upbringing and deep connection with music that has led to this point in his career. All these little moments in his life have cascaded to a big thing today, with this album being of the most extensive and defining aspects of his career thus far.
Satori shares a bit more album the album here
“My woman was stuck in NYC and we couldn’t be together. We all thought the world was about to end. I managed to sneak into Ibiza with a fake residency document and I went to the Sonic Vista studio to go in quarantine and express what I felt in music. I was writing a lot of demos, on the piano, on the guitar. Singer songwriter stuff. And very fast I was able to tell my personal stories, most of them about my girlfriend.”
There’s plenty to dive into here, considering the scale of options on the album, he captures a diverse spirit collectively all things considered in Dreamin’ Colours.