With Transitions, TIDEMORE have produced an album that brings the Turn of Eras its first soundtrack. Times turn and change you: but what to hope for? Is there progress? Or is it hopeless? (from: Turn of Eras) The two brothers agree that this tremendous time cannot be turned around with a small band, especially not when everyone is holding at least one instrument in their hands. It wasn't difficult to find a familiar line-up to record the eleven songs, with whom they could record their first band album. Together with Florian Holoubek on drums and percussions (Annett Louisan and Blue Man Group) and Thomsen Slowey Merkel on bass (Philipp Boa and the Voodooclub, formerly Bosse and Cäthe) as well as Valentin Schwarzbeck on trumpet and flugelhorn, TIDEMORE have influences in the studio in the coach house and Ideas transformed into tidal melancholy and hopeful sounds. Immediately after the completion of the work, with the Sounds of Transitions still in the walls, the studio was demolished. Because change has its price and for TIDEMORE, coping with the transitions means reflecting on what life means to them: celebrating the music and feeling alive. In the usual openness, the two brothers Andreas and Matthias Pietsch created text and music in a feeling of impending changes. I'm lucky. But am I happy? (from: Everything) On Transitions, TIDEMORE find a sound for small transitions, for intimate changes, but also powerful sounds for transitions into an uncertain future. With Transitions, TIDEMORE manage to let love ring out as an alternative to uncertainty and an answer to fears: come what may. We remain. Just the two of us. (from: Come What May) And all those who accompany TIDEMORE musically on their path of change.
01 After The Sun Comes The Rain 02 Turn Of Eras 03 Don't Play With Fire 04 The River 05 Beautiful Stars 06 Chalice Pass By 07 No filters 08 Everything 09 runs 10 Still Feel Constrained 11 Come What May