Two years have passed since their creation. Two years full of recordings and live performances and The Cave Children are now ready to release their first album, entitled ‘Quasiland’. Situated over the liminal path, ‘Cave Children’ holding the tension between late 60’s psychedelic rock, the British pop and Mediterranean music.
Shimmery psychedelic melodies, cinematic themes and raw garage rock outbursts are blended to accompany the existential and sarcastic lyrics of ‘Quasiland’.
The title of the album with first synthetic the word ‘quasi’ comments the political, social and professional uncertainty in which the album was completed and the lyrics of the 10 tracks suggest 10 different approaches to the meaning of Quasiland.
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The Athenian quartet has been influenced, among others, by the evocative soundtracks of Danny Elfman, The Beatles of 1969, Frank Zappa’s sarcasm, Kevin Parker’s psych pop and Wayne Coyne’s emotional melodies.
The album was co-produced by Ekelon and The Cave Children with respect to the lo-fi aesthetics of the initial demos.