Siem Reap is the solo project of Gilles Demolder (Oathbreaker / Wiegedood).
Over the past 3 years he's been silently working on finding a new sound and a new way of expressing himself. After what seemed like a lifetime of trial and error, throwing away song after song & a lot of endless nights of recording, Siem Reap arose.
Wearing his heart on his sleeve, Gilles sings about daily life, random thoughts about manliness, friendship, family and relationships, with substance (ab)use as a thread throughout his songs. His debut album “Now What?” deals with loneliness, loving and feeling loved, but most of all it is an honest experiment and a gateway into Gilles’ thoughts. “Now What?” will be out later this year via Isolation Rec.
The live segment of Siem Reap will be accompanied by Wim Coppers (Wiegedood), Jasper Hollevoet (Sunflower, Ventilateur) & Filip Brans (Dogpeople).
Tracklist: 01. Might As Well Stay 02. Oh The Guilt 03. Honingkuchen 04. Now What? 05. Global Whining 06. Marialand 07. Happiness Is Other People 08. Godelieve’s Synthesizer
Pressing Information: 300x Clear / White / Purple Tri-Colour (180g)
IMPORTANT INFORMATION - VINYL ORDERS
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION - PRE-ORDERS
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