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ECHOES FROM JUPITER ‘Le Grand Tour’

Mar 12, 2022 | Psych, Reviews

A glorious rumble of post rock power chords

Echoes From Jupiter own a launch pad in their hometown of Quebec. And, after a period of intense experimentation, the group successfully miniaturised themselves and a rocket, and became the first manned craft to fly through the centre hole of a first pressing of Pink Floyd’s Atom Heart Mother. Once through, they gradually returned to life size, powering phoenix like through the skies of Canada. Members of the public witnessing the flight still talk about the glorious rumble of post rock power chords left in its wake. Apparently audible for miles, an indelible memory has been left for those in the path of these reverberating echoes. We are green with jealously every time we read the news reports, but, at least now, we have this recording.

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