"Sound Track, part of Menhir's Desert Series is inspired by the Sahara desert and the saharaui refugee camps.
It is the soundtrack of the documentary “My first life”, by the Mexican filmmaker Carlos Hernández. The film describes the birth and first days of a child in the camps.
The music is composed with analog synths, voices, and electric guitars, mixed with medieval cellos and sandstorms, in 6 music pieces of ritual ambient. Recorded live in the studio, it's music conceived to overflow the inside-out. A song that is a message, dream wrapped. The changeless time, pulling us as sandstorms. The possible sun and light."
released December 6, 2018
Coco Moya: Voice, lyrics, synths, acoustic guitar, edits, daydreams and mixing.
Iván Cebrián: Synths, treatments, edits, arrangements, daydreams, sandstorms and mixing.
César Gruart: Electric guitars, edits, arrangements and mixing.
Linnea Weiss: Cello and arrangements.