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ZOOLON’S NEW ALBUM – ‘RAINBOWS END’

rainbows end cover

Cover art ‘Not What I See’ by Zoolon

‘Rainbows End’, released today, is my second album following in the footsteps of ‘Dream Rescuer’ although this time I have added more percussive and the electric guitar elements. As ever, reflections of life, love and the surreal also play their part in the album’s construct. This album consists of a mix of 10 tracks, 8 original songs plus 2 meditative, ambient piano pieces.

Although, unlike most of the other songs on the album, the title track, ‘Rainbow’s End’ is an acoustic number, this song is about a subject that is important to me, namely Planet Earth and the damage humans are doing to the environment. I hope you like it;

The album is now on sale at Bandcamp for just £4 (or the equivalent in other currencies). The download comes with a lyric booklet included.

Click here for Rainbows End album link

If anyone checking out the new music on Bandcamp could find a little time to hitting the ‘Follow’ button it would be appreciated.

Zoolon aka George

 

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19 Comments on “ZOOLON’S NEW ALBUM – ‘RAINBOWS END’

  1. George, congratulations on the album, it’s wonderful. ‘Rainbows End’ is a beautifully sad and bittersweet lament capturing the missteps of men. Is this the echo of the past, present and possibly the future? We can hope not. ~ Mia

  2. Wonderful! I will come back to listen after I feed the cows and pigs . We really really do need to look after our planet. We need many many more people to work together on this. Music is a powerful tool. Well done

  3. A song of reflection, a little sad, and thoughtful. I love the muted harmony, so subtle, slowly immerses you before you realize you’re lost to the guitar’s melody. Quite beautiful, my friend. Congratulations to this new release! xxxxxxxxxx

  4. I listened to the track today and thoroughly enjoyed it, from the subdued tones to the voice that calls out for change… I think it’s sad how the Earth is being abused… Congratulations on your follow-up album, my friend!

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