“History Of Heat (1lp)”

BBRLP002 scanZoom inLabelBlueberry Records
Cat. No.BBRLP002
Orders fromFri, 12 Jul 2019
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WORLD EXCLUDING USA Tracklist 1. L’Enfer en Pleine Lumière 2. Apparition 3. History Of Heat 4. Animal 5. Perfection 6. Tiny Engine 7. Ditectrice 8. Feed Him 9. The End (War Text) 10. Guttermoon 11. Wrong God 12. Cinéma Vérité Album: History of Heat is an eroto-intellectual retelling of a love story. It is the scholarship of heat, and the sources of its production in the body: desire, exaltation, anticipation, fear, rage and mourning . It is a fable circulating through the nerves, pumped and distributed by its own mythologies. Through different chapters, we follow the heroine of our story from the initial desire to love, the sensual pull which oscillates between the grotesque and sacred longing of the flesh (‘L’Enfer en pleine lumière’ translates to ‘Hell in plain sight’)…to the sudden ghostlike appearance of the Other (Apparition) as a projection of the dream. We enter into the spiritual, the seeing visions and the blindness of love. ‘Animal’ speaks of instinct, the smell of the beloved, already the deconstruction of the divine back into the realm of the physical. The title track ‘History of heat’ sings the hesitation of love, the precipice of openness and the invitation of the contract: Dance with me… (This is where the metaphoric marriage is forged). In ‘Perfection’, the pressure which keeps the relationship on the pedestal of the absolute stunts and paralyses love. Unrealistic expectations of the self and the other person creates the push and pull of the not wanting what one wants and the fear to get what one has been asking for. ‘Tiny engine’ speaks of mechanical attachment, attachment to the lover as habit, as a second nature, and the call to the other person as a magnet. In ‘Ditectrice’, the madness and the folly of separation spawns war and confusion. It is the violent refusal to live without the other… the pleading with god. ‘Feed him’ follows with resignation and exhaustion. Love has become the beast of burden who eats away at its

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