Village Underground proudly presents the exclusive London launch party for Henry Saiz's debut artist album, 'Reality Is For Those Who Are Not Strong Enough To Confront Their Dreams', released on his label Natura Sonoris.
Henry will be performing his full LIVE show for the first time in London with his full band, showcasing tracks from his new album. The event includes DJ sets from very special guests including Edu Imbernon (Eklektisch, Get Physical) and Marcus Marr (DFA) and an exclusive Dj set from Henry.
The album is being released on Ltd Edition Triple Vinyl, Double CD and Cassette, available to preorder from: http://naturasonoris.bigcartel.com or also digitally from iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/reality-is-for-those-who-are/id652167911
Reality Is For Those Who Are Not Strong Enough To Confront Their Dreams
After a two-year production and writing process that has seen Spanish producer Henry Saiz explore all corners of his artistic approach to creating music and visuals, we can now announce the full details of his soon-to-be-released, and much anticipated, debut album.
Suggestively entitled 'Reality Is For Those Who Are Not Strong Enough To Confront Their Dreams', the album features 17-tracks over an extended listen of +1h40m to truly immerse the listener in a journey through Henry's own interpretation of electronica. A listen that's likely to surprise both his existing fans and the news ones discovering him for the first time.
As a Madrid-native, Saiz is part of an exciting new generation in Spain, where alongside talented peers such as John Talabot and Pional, a new breed of artist is rising to the top. With previous releases for some of the world's biggest and most respected electronic labels, this new adventure see's Henry in full artist mode with the album coming out on his own Natura Sonoris label.
Packed with melodic-hypnotic house, analogue techno and retro-futuristic pop, it's as much an exploration in sound and recording as it is a deep, and highly enjoyable, listen. Henry tell us, "the only thing I was focussed on during the composition of the album was to create the most honest album I could. By mixing all my influences, I just let my mind flow in the studio and these are the results – I strived to create something original and special. At the end of the day it’s all about the feelings you get when listening to music, the places it can take you, the thoughts, memories and emotions that can shake your brain… I hope others can feel that too.”