Austrian musician Bernhard Eder has released his latest album "Golden Days". With the 10 songs, the musician shows that he can conjure up not only gentle but also more energetic music reminiscent of Krautrock. Developed in just one room, "Golden Days" reveals a refreshingly new facet of the artist"s sound with psychedelic elements and dissonant crescendos.
Perfectionist, adaptable, calming. In a world that is becoming ever more garish and simplistic in its structures, it is the quiet nuances that enrich life. With his music, Bernhard Eder creates precisely this break from the fast pace of everyday life and gives it a unique coat of colour. His compositions cannot be pigeonholed. They reflect, make hooks and captivate with patience and balance. Thematically, Bernhard Eder deals with our gloomy reality, but at the same time encourages us not to give up and to make a difference in the world. In his latest project "Golden Days", the thoroughbred musician has channelled all his experiences. Recorded in a single room with his expert band, the 10 songs oscillate between bittersweet fragility and exhilarating self-confidence. Bernhard Eder took five years to perfect and adapt his compositions. Every last detail ensures a full, multi-faceted sound experience. In addition, half of the tracks exceed the 5-minute mark and take enough time to build up tension and emotion to counteract the dwindling attention span in society. In the emotional lyrics, the musician addresses the oppressive problems of society and the music soothes as a cuddly, honest companion. "Golden Days" is a tribute to all his previous works and musical creativity.