MEL T. EYES

Dwellers

RFD 073 - 06.04.2018 • Digital

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„I am constantly searching for a place to keep my memory.“ The debut album of the melodic hardcore quintet MEL T. EYES form southern Germany deals with the need for nostalgia, the romanticisation of the past as well as the urgency to be freed from it in order to create new ways of thinking. On ‘Dwellers’ musical skills meet up substantial depth regarding the content. It’s about the anxiety and confusion of young adults but also about the message that there is always a way out of the apparent dead end street.

With regards to the content, the MEL T. EYES debut is evolving around the term ‘dweller’, defined as a person that is inhabiting a place or condition. ‘To dwell’ in this case means to rest in a place or a certain state of mind. The band itself describes the core of the idea the following: “The topic of the LP is turning around the obsessive dwelling in the past and the connected romantic-melancholic idea of nostalgia. For fear of the cold reality the dweller escapes into a pipe dream but he’s still in a constant conflict with himself.” The songs ‘Retrospect’ and ‘Engraved’ represent the different points of view on this topic: “Both tracks describe the dweller from different perspectives. While ‘Engraved’ is following a rather melancholic idea, namely to live with the anxiety to not being able to preserve all memories, the protagonist approaches the topic in ‘Retrospect’ in a much more positive way. He realises that he’s stuck in an infinite loop and that running away from reality is not the solution.”

 


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