“Birds flying high, you know how I feel…”
Bringing out the small or large part of love for blues, gospel and jazz that we all have inside us, The Last Room & The Elements amazingly crafted the perfect cover track with personality and fantastic technique. It’s your most memorable song with a spin of vintage, electro-pop, soul, and synths. As we swept up in the covered experience, as Nina Simone is a hero, consequently The Last Room & The Elements stepped up with super-music-powers standing for freedom and love. Undeniably they pay tribute and create tracks from the heart, it seems this cover is mind-blowing in every genre-wise existence!Watch the video teaser on Instagram!
The Last Room went from learning opera at Alain Touboul Voice School in Paris (age 16) to recording a few tracks at Capitol Records studios in 2017, with big record deals on the table (Sony France), however, the vision stayed clear to find a music family platform and express truthfulness. On the other hand, The Elements is a musician, engineer/inventor/sound designer, and composer. A multi-instrumentalist, he started playing the piano when he was 10 and by the age of 18, he composed his first track for various TV channels. Found of new technologies he graduated from his engineer school and filed a patent for his electronic instrument “Touché”.
The Last Room is a journey in the unconscious part of us, this little room which contains all our lives. The Elements as no sound boundaries with “Touché”, his instrument open the access to infinite.
Today the “Touché” is sold in more than 60 countries. Used also by, Adrian Ultley (Portishead), John Bagott (Massive Attack) and Matt Robertson (Björk)! A bright future stands ahead for them, and Greece loves this unlimited music portray of feelings. Press repeat and add it on your playlist!