Anna Aaron – Pallas Dreams (2019) [FLAC 24bit, 44,1 kHz]

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Artist: Anna Aaron
Album: Pallas Dreams
Genre: Pop
Release Date: 2019
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 44,1 kHz
Duration: 40:09
Total Tracks: 11
Total Size: 433 MB


1. Anna Aaron – Dear Dear (03:53)
2. Anna Aaron – Boy (02:59)
3. Anna Aaron – Moskito (03:13)
4. Anna Aaron – Screen Enemy (04:04)
5. Anna Aaron – New Things in Your Blood (02:22)
6. Anna Aaron – Pallas Dreams (04:34)
7. Anna Aaron – Rooms (04:01)
8. Anna Aaron – Last Time We Met (02:58)
9. Anna Aaron – Why Not (03:10)
10. Anna Aaron – Shifting Shapes (04:46)
11. Anna Aaron – White Lady (04:05)


Since it roars like The Knife, as it prances like a children’s birthday, as it languishes, as at the best time at the pop concert: “Pallas Dreams” offers a considerable range of stylistic means and emotions – and still appears closed and as a holistic narrative. Yes, the return of Anna Aaron is not only solid, but also experimental and a liberation. It’s a clear statement, it’s a joyous challenge, it’s both impulsive and melancholic. Since it fits wonderfully, are connected on the album mental fantasy worlds with real experiences.And that’s exactly what “Pallas Dreams” sounds like over and over again. If the sounds of the piano in “Mosquito” are really like little creatures whirring around our ears, then there are other moments like the dark clouds that lay over our days. Anna Aaron is not afraid of conflicts that could trigger old memories. For she meets the adversities with her firm and changeable voice, lets her band play catchy tournaments and proves that even local pop music can blow away. Since the folk can keep his tentacles, as a warm bed is prepared, there is incited.

“You Took One For The Team / Sometimes It Has To Be,” states “New Things In Your Blood,” but not without realizing that nothing will be accepted without a fight. For Anna Aaron had to correct her enchanted perception often correct – it was time that this does not happen on her album. “Pallas Dreams” is not only a possibility of pop, but a marvel (“Rooms”), a puzzle game (“Why Not”), a world healer (“White Lady”). And already one of the best Swiss albums this year.

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