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With 120 minutes playing time, "Im Wald" is not only Paysage D’Hiver's longest effort so far but also another chapter in the tale of winter travel (thus the French name Paysage D'Hiver) that runs through the project’s entire work like the proverbial golden thread. In the context of his highly detailed narrative, Wintherr locates it after "Steineiche" and "Schattengang" (both 1998) which describe the beginning of the travel, and before "Das Tor" (2013), "Kerker" (1999) and "Die Festung" (1998), which are set at the end.
Paysage D'Hiver's double album "Im Wald" was recently released and immediately became a favorite among both fans and critics. Now Wintherr offers us an addendum in the shape of the EP "Im Traum", which contains two album songs as re-imagined versions.
"In my inner ear," the Swiss artist explains, "I heard deeper levels of music when recording 'Le Rêve Lucide' and 'Kaelteschauer', which are not possible to include in the limited physical audio spectrum, as it often happens with Paysage D'Hiver. So these two tracks, wherein it seemed particularly clear and intense to me, are a realization of these deeper levels for the first time."
"Im Traum" is available as limited 10" and A5 Digibook MCD.
Digipak CD (A5 format) with 20-pages booklet in black envelope
Gatefold 2LP (black vinyl, 180g) with 20-pages booklet and protection sleeve