It’s almost time for the unveiling of the long-awaited new album by renowned international live act and DJ, Paul Kalkbrenner. On 18th May 2018 Sony International will release his latest masterpiece: Parts of Life. This will be Paul Kalkbrenner’ s eighth studio recorded album, and his most recent project after the release of his 2016 mixtape trilogy Back to the Future. Fans have been eagerly awaiting the release of his latest and by the sounds of the latest echoes from the artist about this album they will not be disappointed!
Back to the Future was a project by which Kalkbrenner wanted to retrace his roots and take listeners back to when he was a teenager collecting dance tracks in Berlin during the late-‘80s and early-90’s. Parts of Life was inspired in part by those musical and very personal ventures in 2016 but has said that this album is probably his most intimate work to date.
This album is comprised of 15 tracks named simply by the file numbers the artist used during production, leaving an air of mystery as to what could be hiding these unusual track names and the order in which they are in…This has inherently left fans anxiously waiting for the album release and feeling particularly curious about Paul Kalkbrenner’s latest work.
To keep fans on the edge of their seats Paul Kalkbrenner recently released a video of himself performing the first single “Part Three” of Parts of Life to clue fans in on what can be expected on this album. Not to mention the artist also shared the cover art for this upcoming album as a teaser of what else is to come: a painting done by his uncle, Paul Eisel. We’ll leave you guessing as to what hidden messages could be lying behind all these recent announcements on the artist’s social media. Only a few weeks to go now until all is finally revealed to us!