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Lys

Christian Löffler

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After Graal (Prologue) in 2019, German producer Christian Löffler has made a swift return with his follow-up, Lys, no less influenced by his surroundings: the shores of Graal-Müritz, a seaside resort on the Baltic Sea, in the very north of Germany, where he lives 200 meters from the beach and 250 km from festive Berlin. The man who had caulked himself into a forest hut for his first album A Forest in 2012, has shifted his focus to the light, “which is different in northern Germany”, and which became the theme of this record. A painter and photographer in his spare time, Löffler has painted a poppy, techno, sunny, soft album which wears its own spleen lightly. A seaside record, then, with some more club-friendly titles (Roth or Sun), a cast of winning sirens including the Swedish Menke on Lys or Josephine Philip, who sings the stormy pop song The End. And when she does, it sure feels like it. © Smaël Bouaici/Qobuz

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1
Farr
00:06:28

Christian Löffler, Producer, MainArtist

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2
Versailles (Hold)
00:04:43

Christian Löffler, Producer, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Ki Records (P) 2020 Ki Records

3
Weiß
00:04:16

Christian Löffler, Producer, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Ki Records (P) 2020 Ki Records

4
The End (feat. Josephine Philip)
00:03:06

Josephine Philip, FeaturedArtist - Christian Löffler, Producer, MainArtist

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5
Bergen
00:05:25

Christian Löffler, Producer, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Ki Records (P) 2020 Ki Records

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Noah
00:03:46

Christian Löffler, Producer, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Ki Records (P) 2020 Ki Records

7
Lys (feat. Menke)
00:04:20

Menke, FeaturedArtist - Christian Löffler, Producer, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Ki Records (P) 2020 Ki Records

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Sun
00:05:45

Christian Löffler, Producer, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Ki Records (P) 2020 Ki Records

9
Ballet (feat. Finn.)
00:03:27

Finn., FeaturedArtist - Christian Löffler, Producer, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Ki Records (P) 2020 Ki Records

10
Roth (feat. Mohna)
00:05:57

Mohna, FeaturedArtist - Christian Löffler, Producer, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Ki Records (P) 2020 Ki Records

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Map
00:03:36

Christian Löffler, Producer, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Ki Records (P) 2020 Ki Records

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Für immer
00:03:17

Christian Löffler, Producer, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Ki Records (P) 2020 Ki Records

Album Description

After Graal (Prologue) in 2019, German producer Christian Löffler has made a swift return with his follow-up, Lys, no less influenced by his surroundings: the shores of Graal-Müritz, a seaside resort on the Baltic Sea, in the very north of Germany, where he lives 200 meters from the beach and 250 km from festive Berlin. The man who had caulked himself into a forest hut for his first album A Forest in 2012, has shifted his focus to the light, “which is different in northern Germany”, and which became the theme of this record. A painter and photographer in his spare time, Löffler has painted a poppy, techno, sunny, soft album which wears its own spleen lightly. A seaside record, then, with some more club-friendly titles (Roth or Sun), a cast of winning sirens including the Swedish Menke on Lys or Josephine Philip, who sings the stormy pop song The End. And when she does, it sure feels like it. © Smaël Bouaici/Qobuz

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