LOGOUT – N91º out now!

N91° is here. The new LOGOUT album is now available for streaming on all platforms.

Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2LzO6y2
Apple: https://apple.co/2Hbh2H2
YouTube: https://bit.ly/2VT151D

The album is also available on vinyl in our Bandcamp store and in limited stores in Athens, Amsterdam and Utrecht: Syd RecordsHomcore, Synthesizers & Vinyl in Athens (GR), Velvet Music in Amsterdam and Koffie Leute in Utrecht.

Athens Voice (official) premiered the album last Wednesday, while Here Comes The Flood kicked off album reviews yesterday, naming the album “a true desert island disc, with no set rules, making it impossible to pigeonhole”.

The album will be presented live in a series of forthcoming concerts in Utrecht 12 & 18 of May, Any Other + Logout | EKKO in Brewpub de Kromme Haring and Logout – Instore at Koffie Leute and in De Ruimte on the 9th of June, with a date for Athens currently being confirmed.

N91° is the story of a desert island outcast waking up on a sandy beach, without any recollection of the past. Gradually he starts remembering what brought him there, by the little things he finds on his torn clothes: a plane ticket, a handwritten note saying “love me like there’s no tomorrow”, a part of cloth from a kite. A motionless woman is lying close to him on the sandy beach. Logic and time unwind, as the memory of the accident returns. In reality or in a dream, the woman awakes and the two of them sail in wild waters beyond the 90 latitude parallels of the map.

This story is composed through the accumulation of songs written between 2007 and 2016. The songs were recorded and mixed between 2016 and 2018. All instruments were played or programmed by LOGOUT, with additional vocals on ‘Bayorsai’ by Nalyssa Green, Zoe Lianou and Themis Tsitsos. The album was mastered at Sweetspot Productions in Athens, GR in early 2018 by Dimitris Papadimitriou. The album artwork as well as pre-release digital art videos for “Pesssoan Odyssey”, “Love Me”, “Bayorsai” and “When It Was Not Too Late” were designed by metaphorms.