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Aisles - Disobedience

The Chilean rock band Aisles has unveiled the song Disobedience, which has been released through Presagio Records on all digital platforms. This is the second single from the group’s new studio album, which will be released during the next few months.

Lyrics:

Now, have to drown this feeling

A hundred things to try now

Let it go, just grow

Let the evening go

Guilt, nothing but a nuisance

Rid your heart of weaknesses

Time for lust not love

Time to trust your soul

In the streets us creatures seek out pleasure

Deep inside we find a world that’s wet and warm

Let’s climax in abrasion

Simmering in the morning sun

Summoning the loud noise

I’ve had too strong a dose of darkness

Sarah, Harry, Johnny going down

All of them forsaken by their god

I’ve never had one

None’ll ever break me

Now, I won’t take all this restraint

I can’t help myself

I won’t listen I don’t care

For cults or idols

Sick of every parent’s so called wisdom

All the patterns now are dictating your life

You just obey cos’ somebody carefully thought it out

Fuck, breed, raise, pray, shame

Vote, work, pay and choose your coffin now

Now, things have gone wrong around here

I no longer sit here waiting

When the sun goes down

Another force comes up

Now, a thousand bridges find me

The city bars surround me

A few pills later we will ride that thrust

In the streets the glare of headlights

Tears, now the tears are dry inside

Sun, see the sun go up, go down

This sun goes up, goes down, goes up, goes

Deep inside we find a world that’s wet and warm

Let’s climax in abrasion

Simmering in the morning sun

Summoning the loud noise

I’ve had too strong a dose of darkness

Sarah, Harry, Johnny going down

All of them forsaken by their god

I’ve never had one

None’ll ever break me

Now, I I won’t take all this restraint

I can’t help myself

I won’t listen I don’t care

For cults or idols

Sick of every parent’s so called wisdom

All the patterns now are dictating your life

You just obey cos’ somebody carefully thought it out

Fuck, breed, raise, pray, shame, vote, work, pay, heed, bow, be obedient, be tame

Or quit it with the self-pity and for once feel the fuck alive

All tears are dry

Old rules I break

All wounds are scars

It’s so clear now

No streets, no lust

No pills, no life

No sex, no drive

Come please me now

All tears are dry

Old rules I break

All wounds are scars

It’s so clear now

Disobedience was influenced by the heaviness of Animals As Leaders and The Mars Volta, and the rhythmic expressions of hip hop, but it also features elements of pop and the fusion style of Allan Holdsworth and Richard Spaven. «We have broken the scheme of our own music: this song is more direct, more powerful and more contagious», explains Germán Vergara, Aisles’ guitarist. Drummer Felipe Candia adds: «this song is marked by a rebellious energy, with a hint of something that is coming, but with an uncertain ending».

The lyrics are inspired by disobedience as a positive act of seeking identity: «obedience to yourself, or disobedience to others, is necessary for life. There is also a sense of overcoming guilt, restarting and forgiving yourself», says the musician.

The track was recorded at Estudio Del Sur, produced by Angelo Marini and Germán Vergara, mixed by Pepe Lastarria (Kuervos del Sur, Nunca Seremos Dichosos) and mastered by American engineer Randy Merrill (Muse, Paul McCartney, Beck, Liam Gallagher). Disobedience is the second single from the band’s new studio album, after the release of Fast, which came out on June 4th.

Lyrics:

It cannot be tomorrow

You know this world will end, sweetheart

Come here and show me desire

You know there’s no way out of this drama

And love’s never coming back             

I can’t resist a tipsy smile         

There’s a reason we’re going faster

Now with no return  

You don’t get it, there’s no meaning           

Some already lost their faith      

We will drink away our growing anguish

We will start to speed again

Here we’re going, faster, stronger than we were before 

While life kills, days hurt,

Speed will somehow cure our pain

Can’t you see that most are lonely these days

Can’t you see we’re losing hope around here

But life’s a quest to impose our own terms, you know

That’s why we won’t negotiate

There are few chances and one life, you know      

There’s a reason we’re going faster

Now with no return

Is this the end of the line, babe?

Can we push ourselves some more?

It’s been useless for a while now and it’s darker

But life is poetry and war

Here we’re going, faster, stronger than we were before                           

We’re so lost, so proud

Addicted to this drug we chose    

We’re going, faster, stronger than we were before 

While life kills, days hurt

Speed will somehow cure our pain

The group, formed by Germán Vergara, Felipe Candia, Rodrigo Sepúlveda (guitar), Juan Pablo Gaete (keyboard), Israel Gil (vocalist) and Daniel Concha (bass), is finishing their fifth studio album, which will be released during the next months. In this new album, they have left behind the concept and sound of Hawaii (2016) to open up to a more direct and powerful sound influenced by bands like Porcupine Tree, Rush and Animals As Leaders. «We have done a very exhaustive job: we put pressure on ourselves to change our paradigm», says the producer and guitarist.

Based in Santiago, Chile, and having released four highly acclaimed studio albums, Aisles have become South America’s most important progressive band of the past two decades. Their intricate melodies and sonic openness reflect their incomparable music approach. The group has played in the Americas, Europe, and done extensive touring cycles in Chile, opening for household names such as Marillion and Focus.

In 2005, Aisles released their debut album, entitled The Yearnin”, recognized for its elegant and delicate melodic work, especially on epic songs such as The Wharf That Holds His Vessel and Gray. In 2009, their second album, In Sudden Walks, inspired by existential literature and by theater, was nominated for Best Foreign Record at the Prog Awards in Italy, and the group also participated in the 11th version of the Progressif Crescendo Rock Festival in France. Their third record, 4:45 AM (2013), which looked into the loneliness of the human being, received rave reviews and was ranked among the best albums of that year in numerous publications specialized in progressive rock.

Their latest studio album, Hawaii (2016), a conceptual double album that narrates the life of humanity in space after the destruction of the Earth, was called a masterpiece and chosen among the best albums of the year by media outlets such as Prog (England), IO Pages (Holland), Raw Ramp (England) and Chile’s premiere rock magazine, Rockaxis. The success of the album made them tour in Europe, the United States and Mexico.

In 2018, as a way of closing the cycle of Hawaii, they released the EP Live from Estudio Del Sur, complemented with four videos recorded live that are found on YouTube. After the departure of their original vocalist, Sebastián Vergara, at the end of that year, Aisles introduced in September 2020 their new singer, Israel Gil, with whom they restarted their constant artistic evolution by releasing Smile Of Tears, a new version of the song from the album In Sudden Walks. The band will release their fifth album during the next few months.

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Om Ulf Backstrøm (5562 Artikler)
Mitt hovedfokus er musikk som er basert på progressiv tenking. Jeg er på ingen måte ensporet innen musikksmak, i likhet med intensjonen bak prog. Sjangerbegrepet er egentlig temmelig uinteressant annet enn til å gi en pekepinn om hva slags musikk det er snakk om i en anmeldelse. Jeg søker god musikk for å utfordre meg som lytter. God musikk til å trigge mine musikalske smaksløker, og til å sette i gang mine refleksjoner. Da er sjansen stor for at jeg utvikler meg og lærer, noe som bør være drivstoff for et hvert menneske. Fordi det å lære og utvikle seg er noe som tilfører livet en nødvendig porsjon "krydder". Slikt krydderet finner man blant annet i musikk. Ikke overraskende mener jeg at progressiv musikk har den fineste "smaken". På den annen side kan musikk med eller uten progressive elementer være godt nok til hverdags. Til fest derimot holder bare rendyrket prog! Må jo også få med at jeg rimelig kritisk, og jeg mener at det lages mye prog som er i beste fall uinteressant, og faktisk mye som er pinlig dårlig. Heldigvis oppveies dette av ekstremt dyktige aktører som for eksempel: Flower Kings, Mostly Autumn og White Willow, for å nevne noen tilfeldig valgte.
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