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New music: Steps To Synapse released their debut EP

Steps To Synapse ‘s, titled as Space-indie-pop band, debut album is ready and currently available in digital form on different music platforms and  in Estonian record stores .

The album was recorded by Erko Niit in Pärnu rehearsal room, studio and concert place called Korter13. Mastering and mixing was done by Heliala’s leader Janek Kivi, who has been involved with bands such as Dagö, Sibyl Vane, Boyband, Goresoerd and many more.

You can find 4 colourful tracks on the record. According to bandmembers’ words their creations is based on the composition of personal daily problems, desires, weaknesses and excesses. The band’s repertoire is unique symbiosis of different instruments.

The band was formed in 2014 when guitarist Siim joined us just to jam a bit, but soon he became a part of the band. They clicked immediately and have become best friends. They do a lot together besides making music, like making silly videos and just hanging around. The band draws inspiration from Sping Offensive,  Lykke li, The Kooks, Jungle.

At some point the members decided it is the right time to do something they have dreamed about for a while- put their music on a CD. It was a total six months process. They were lucky to have partners and wise people with lots of knowledge to help us. Before the EP, Steps To Synapse also made a video for

their first single “Bad Habits” which is available on Youtube to watch but didn’t make it on the record.  The video held its first place for 5 weeks in an Estonian Television music video program.

In last November the band participated in the nationwide contest for young bands Noortebänd  and in February 2015 they managed to win the regional contest for young bands in Pärnu county called Bändomaania.

“Desires” is also available in iTunes, Spotify, XBox Music, Deezer, etc.

Band members:
Lisann Aljaste – vocal
Ivo Leesar – vocal, acustic guitar
Siim Siimer –electrical guitar
Karl Birnbaum – bass guitar
Johannes Eriste – percussions

Track „Rain On Me“


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