The video for lead single "Overshoot" is out now.
Due out in September, the record's six tracks look directly at climate change, economic inequality, intergenerational injustice and human extinction through a vocal-dense mix of electro-rap with techno and jazz influences, the label says. The lyrics, totalling some 1,200 words and sung by a "robotic choir," are written from the perspective of future generations.
As is the case with Korda's previous works like 2019's Akoko Ajeji, she wrote the music on Apologize To The Future in complex polymeter, meaning different instruments adhere to different time signatures simultaneously.
Watch the video for lead single, "Overshoot."
A1 A Thin Layer Of Oily Rock
A2 Changing Climate
A3 Apologize To The Future
B3 Exit Game
Perlon will release Apologize To The Future on September 11th, 2020.