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Review: 'Kleperians, The'
'Spaceship Earth'   

-  Label: 'Blim Records 360/Bandcamp'
-  Genre: 'Dance' -  Release Date: '25.3.22.'

Our Rating:
Spaceship earth is the new single by The Kleperians who come from Lisbon, they are a duo of RR 14-775 and RF 14-703 who while based on there mothercraft in Lisbon Portugal claim to originally come from Kepler-452B.

The single opens with Spaceship Earth a slice of Synth-pop that sounds like it's tooled up to be heard on a big club system as the simple Marshall McLuhan vocal line repeats over and over, as the beat holds steady and the synths and strings come in and out of the mix, it has a good break down and plenty of build to get a club going.

Final Frontier doesn't take us to anywhere we haven't been before, as it's a decent dance-pop tune to get down too, with a good squelchy bass rhythm that doesn't give up.

The final track on the EP This Place We Call Home is a proper synth pop song with a message to all pull together to make the world a better place living peacefully together, not starting wars, caring for those less well off, this is upbeat and sounds like it could be by Erasure and is the song that really gets to me, this is a perfect message for summer 2022.

https://ffm.to/thekeplerians-spaceshipearth https://thekeplerians.bandcamp.com/album/spaceship-earth https://www.facebook.com/the_keplerians

  author: simonovitch

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