Ehrenfeld „Flowers - Burn All Evil” Single/EP I am Surprised Records / Believe Digital Release date Friday 19.07.2019
After his debut album "Who`s that boy" in 2012, Ehrenfeld's new single "Flowers Burn All Evil" and the upcoming album release "Finsterwalde" has been heavenly enriched with the unmistakable voice of the late Felix Flaucher (singer-songwriter of Silke Bischoff / 18Summers).
Felix Flaucher did not only sang the title song of the album before his death, his typical melodic voice permeates the entire album, and is unmistakably present supporting the Bowie-Tempre of Ehrenfeld. Ehrenfeld's voice takes on both vocal facets, like a kind of chant that convinces the listener's ears and depicts the symbiosis of their special friendship.
"Finsterwalde" is so surprisingly diverse and refreshingly original, with razor-sharp lyrics about truth, drugs and rock'n roll, it can't be defined as some ordinary pop music, but with years of experience, pure beauty in the absolute depths of the heart and the mind. It combines poetry and music. Influenced by great fellows and the sound of the future, "Flowers" Burn All Evil is a piece that is not only danceable, but catchy as well - a catchy tune to dream and sing along with, this album will not just create a memory, but a new way of music and yet unmistakably an Ehrenfeld.