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  • Satellite Empires Make Epic Return With Cinematic Bass Single “Eternal Vespers”


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    Duo Satellite Empires are back and are presenting a new chapter in their career that is stronger than ever. “Eternal Vespers,” is their first single of 2021, released on New Dawn Collective, their first single in 2 years. The single is a tease of their upcoming EP, set to be called Zeroth EP. Being exposed to Satellite Empires previously renders an understanding that their capabilities to bring a multilateral, inspiring electronic music story to their masses is very much there.

    Their releases string together a canon that fans can track and easily digest. Themes of the rich narrative include “exploring the limits of eternity, the destruction of a cosmic civilization, the cost of war, the weight of victory, and the will to live.”

    Alene and Nestor Padilla-Tille, the two behind the name Satellite Empires, have outdone themselves in “Eternal Vespers.” The single is driven by a tasty toplines, that is juxtaposed by an epic cimenetic drop with post-hardcore/emo instrumental influences. The blend of various genres organically meld together, rendering something that is refreshing and will surely awaken fans to the greatness of the project they are pursuing.

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Satellite Empires Make Epic Return With Cinematic Bass Single “Eternal Vespers”

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