Autumn Sunset (2019)

When winter is about to start, Sleepstorm releases their third album "Autumn Sunset". Expressing that what everyone's thinking: nowadays winter in the Netherlands is one long autumn. What helps better to survive this dark period than reading a good book on the couch with some hot chocolate and this release on your Airpods or Boombox?

Imaginary roadmovie

"Autumn Sunset" is a journey through an imaginary world of lonely places and tiring dreams. While driving endlessly along surrealistic views and fantastic landscapes, sadness and comfort are found. Untill finally, in the middle of a sleepless night, there is a spark of hope.

Instrumental album

When in 2018 Bas, Michel and Martin Jan decide to stop performing live, nothing stands in the way of producing an instrumental listening record. With the idea of writing music suitable for film, the road is paved for this trip without words. Nevertheless the songs tell the story of an hopefull search within yourself.

Sleepstorm - Autumn Sunset (2019)

  1. More Reflections (3:54)
  2. Distant Star (3:53)
  3. Last Summer (3:37)
  4. Lying In The Grass Staring At The Sky Watching Clouds Go By (3:19)
  5. Desolate Island (3:07)
  6. Dreaming In Slow Motion (2:49)
  7. Finding Atlantis (3:47)
  8. Autumn Sunset (4:35)
  9. Lullaby (2:31)
  10. 3:58 AM (3:58)

"What a cool album. Easy listening! It is now 6:45 AM and I can take it well at that time."
Ed Meijaard, the Ambassadors

"No songs in the traditional form but a 'Wall of Sound', music for a good film, without words. I like that."
Willem van Dalen, painter

"Played fantastic and beautifully recorded. Sometimes your new work sounds like a search. You soon end up wandering and you don't know where you're going."
Marcel Tettero, journalist

"The album starts warm and sometimes appeals to the imagination. The electronic elements are a bit too much in contrast to the guitar and bass in my opinion."
Wessel Oltheten, sound engineer

"The atmosphere is very nice from start to finish. Sometimes I miss a vocal part or a replacement lead part. But on the other hand, it contributes to the dreamy atmosphere of an autumn road movie."
Christian Kuiper, teacher classical guitar 

"Feels like a satisfying return trip. A trip from, for example, your home village or country where you wanted to make a final visit to say goodbye to something or someone ..."
Irene Strikker, graphic designer


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