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All Things Go

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All Things Go: the title of this album by the Berlin-based band (that is nevertheless cosmopolitan) above all shows a shift in aesthetic for American Ian Hooper, the Italian Claudio Donzelli and the Brit Craig Saunders. All things go… everything is transient. The trio distances itself from the folk which originally brought them success (notably in 2014 with Howl), instead directing themselves towards a more poppy sound. Beyond this change of style, the members of Mighty Oaks wanted to show the importance leaving your comfort zone, whatever that may be, to explore and conquer new horizons. In other words, they are making pop music to put across a message that is, paradoxically, rather different to the image associated with this light and airy genre. Just like Tom Petty and Bruce Springsteen (two of Hooper’s idols), the songs of the album express intense and/or painful life experiences, like friendship (Tell Me What You’re Thinking) and anxiety, whether it be linked to the past (Lost Again) or the uncertain future (Forget Tomorrow). The lead singer’s loss of his mother, which he has learned to accept with time, is also touched upon in the title track (All Things Go). Sometimes, it’s life itself which pulls us from the safety nets that we build ourselves, leaving us with no choice but to fall into an unknown which can end up making you smile (Fly To You). This is the keystone of an album which covers serious topics with a lightweight spirit. © Nicolas Magenham/Qobuz

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All Things Go
00:03:25

Ian Hooper, Composer, Mandolin, Vocals - Nikolai Potthoff, Producer, Percussion, Programmer - Craig Saunders, Composer, Backing Vocals, Bass - Robert STEPHENSON, Producer, Drums - Mighty Oaks, MainArtist - Claudio Donzelli, Composer, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Keyboards, Mandolin, Backing Vocals - Max Köhrich, Masterer - Joe Joaquin, Mixer

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2
I Need You Now
00:03:43

Marcel Römer, Drums - Ian Hooper, Composer, Vocals - Nikolai Potthoff, Composer, Producer, Drums, Percussion, Programmer, Synthesizer - Craig Saunders, Composer, Backing Vocals, Bass - Mighty Oaks, MainArtist - Claudio Donzelli, Composer, Electric Guitar, Organ, Piano, Backing Vocals

2020 Mighty Oaks under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH 2020 Mighty Oaks under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH

3
Tell Me What You're Thinking
00:03:05

Tobias Kuhn, Composer, Producer, Electric Guitar, Backing Vocals, Synthesizer - Marcel Römer, Drums - Ian Hooper, Composer, Electric Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Nikolai Potthoff, Producer, Organ, Percussion, Programmer, Backing Vocals - Craig Saunders, Composer, Backing Vocals, Bass - Mighty Oaks, MainArtist - Claudio Donzelli, Composer, Electric Guitar, Organ, Piano, Backing Vocals

2020 Mighty Oaks under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH 2020 Mighty Oaks under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH

4
Forget Tomorrow
00:03:10

Ian Hooper, Composer, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals - Nikolai Potthoff, Composer, Producer, Drums, Percussion, Synthesizer - Craig Saunders, Composer, Backing Vocals, Bass - Mighty Oaks, MainArtist - Claudio Donzelli, Composer, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Piano, Backing Vocals - Max Köhrich, Masterer - Joe Joaquin, Mixer

2020 Mighty Oaks under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH 2020 Mighty Oaks under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH

5
Lost Again
00:03:36

Ian Hooper, Composer, Vocals - Nikolai Potthoff, Producer, Organ, Percussion, Programmer, Synthesizer - Craig Saunders, Composer, Acoustic Guitar, Backing Vocals, Bass - Mighty Oaks, MainArtist - Claudio Donzelli, Composer, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Piano, Backing Vocals

2020 Mighty Oaks under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH 2020 Mighty Oaks under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH

6
Aileen
00:03:52

Ian Hooper, Composer, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals - Nikolai Potthoff, Producer - Craig Saunders, Composer, Backing Vocals - Mighty Oaks, MainArtist - Claudio Donzelli, Composer, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Piano, Backing Vocals

2020 Mighty Oaks under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH 2020 Mighty Oaks under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH

7
What You Got
00:02:35

Tobias Kuhn, Composer, Producer, Bass - Ian Hooper, Composer, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals - Nikolai Potthoff, Producer, Organ, Percussion, Programmer, Backing Vocals - Craig Saunders, Composer, Backing Vocals - Mighty Oaks, MainArtist - Claudio Donzelli, Composer, Electric Guitar, Organ, Piano, Backing Vocals

2020 Mighty Oaks under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH 2020 Mighty Oaks under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH

8
Crazy
00:03:02

Ian Hooper, Composer, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals - Nikolai Potthoff, Composer, Producer, Organ, Percussion, Programmer - Craig Saunders, Composer, Backing Vocals, Bass - Mighty Oaks, MainArtist - Claudio Donzelli, Composer, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Organ, Piano

2020 Mighty Oaks under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH 2020 Mighty Oaks under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH

9
Fly to You
00:04:13

Ian Hooper, Composer, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals - Nikolai Potthoff, Producer, Organ, Percussion, Programmer, Synthesizer - Craig Saunders, Composer, Backing Vocals, Bass - Robert STEPHENSON, Producer - Mighty Oaks, MainArtist - Claudio Donzelli, Composer, Electric Guitar, Organ, Piano, Backing Vocals

2020 Mighty Oaks under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH 2020 Mighty Oaks under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH

10
Light the World on Fire
00:03:03

Ian Hooper, Composer, Vocals - Nikolai Potthoff, Producer, Percussion, Programmer, Backing Vocals, Synthesizer - Craig Saunders, Composer, Backing Vocals, Bass - Robert STEPHENSON, Percussion, Programmer, Synthesizer - Mighty Oaks, MainArtist - Claudio Donzelli, Composer, Electric Guitar, Piano, Backing Vocals, Bass

2020 Mighty Oaks under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH 2020 Mighty Oaks under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH

11
Kids
00:03:00

Ian Hooper, Composer, Vocals, Classical Guitar - Nikolai Potthoff, Producer, Organ, Bass - Craig Saunders, Composer, Bass - Mighty Oaks, MainArtist - Claudio Donzelli, Composer, Electric Guitar, Piano

2020 Mighty Oaks under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH 2020 Mighty Oaks under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH

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All Things Go: the title of this album by the Berlin-based band (that is nevertheless cosmopolitan) above all shows a shift in aesthetic for American Ian Hooper, the Italian Claudio Donzelli and the Brit Craig Saunders. All things go… everything is transient. The trio distances itself from the folk which originally brought them success (notably in 2014 with Howl), instead directing themselves towards a more poppy sound. Beyond this change of style, the members of Mighty Oaks wanted to show the importance leaving your comfort zone, whatever that may be, to explore and conquer new horizons. In other words, they are making pop music to put across a message that is, paradoxically, rather different to the image associated with this light and airy genre. Just like Tom Petty and Bruce Springsteen (two of Hooper’s idols), the songs of the album express intense and/or painful life experiences, like friendship (Tell Me What You’re Thinking) and anxiety, whether it be linked to the past (Lost Again) or the uncertain future (Forget Tomorrow). The lead singer’s loss of his mother, which he has learned to accept with time, is also touched upon in the title track (All Things Go). Sometimes, it’s life itself which pulls us from the safety nets that we build ourselves, leaving us with no choice but to fall into an unknown which can end up making you smile (Fly To You). This is the keystone of an album which covers serious topics with a lightweight spirit. © Nicolas Magenham/Qobuz

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