New Song "Sugar Drop"
I saw tears run down your cheeks
Forget the past, we've got to set our minds free
Come listen to your heart
We've got beautiful emotions
Let's take it out
Popping sugar drops in your mouth
You hallucinate a city to a jungle
I see the buildings turning
Oh we were driving the reality
Wow wow wow...
I wanna be someone, someday
That you wish you could be in the forest
and make a land so nice
The sky freezes sending sugar drops
We try to collect it over and over again
Wow wow wow...
Nothing is conincidence
Everything happens for a reason
This is a feeling I forgot...
Music By The Nobis
Mixing & Mastering By Masakazu Miki
Lyrics By Emi Fantasia
Available from Bandcamp.
Freshly brewed in The Nobis's studio in Amsterdam, Netherlands. They have recorded a new song "Sugar Drop" inspired from the time touring in Montreal of Canada. Popping mushrooms, gazing at the beautiful moon, listening to friend's live music, making noises, and simply hanging out slowly and surely enjoying beach moment of the time.
The Book is the second album after Fool Moon, which was written in the second part of The Nobis's tour playing music through London, Edinburgh, Berlin, and Amsterdam. The song "The Book" was written during the time when they were directing and performing music for a theater performance in Amsterdam, Netherlands. "We were searching for oriental feeling mixed with european feeling", when Emi Fantasia came to compose the oriental happy vibrating riffs on the synth. Having to spend many months in London studying sound engineering, Masakazu came to develop the sound to the next level with the crispy, tight & hard bass with beats coming at you from many drawers makes this tune totally danceable. "Amsterdam has been a great city with delicious water, and down to earth people. Tuning into Amsterdam way of life, we came to focus more on sounds and melodies that move one's heart in a sensational way. That makes us realise how it is the feelings that we feel, which makes us real and human." If you want to get more dreamier and more dancey, this is the album to go for now. The Book is an album like a fountain of youthfulness.