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This week marks the release of Brooklyn synth-pop trio Papertwin’s new EP ‘Vox Humana.’The album is now available digitally on Bandcamp and iTunes.
To celebrate the album’s release, the band shares the video for “ARCO.” Directed by David W Merten, the video follows two teenage girls as they embark on a night of self-indulgence and debauchery. Stream the video on YouTube.
Papertwin has been playing music together since 2009, formed by Max Decker after narrowly escaping a lucrative career as a landscape painter. After two homespun EPs, the band is set to release their first studio collaboration, Vox Humana.
Recorded under the guidance of producer Abe Seiferth (Yeasayer, Eleanor Friedberger, Turing Machine, DFA’s Plantain Studios), and mastered by Joe Laporta (Vampire Weekend, Beach House), Vox Humana escalates the band’s unique brand of synth-pop to new heights. Dreamy, dark, and nostalgically sci-fi, the EP features analog synthesizers, driving percussion, and reflective vocals. Drawing on influences from The Cure to Gillian Welch,Vox Humana builds upon the band’s previous recordings Porcelain (2011) and Peru (2012).
Papertwin is comprised of Max Decker (vocals, guitar, synth), Francis Cardinale (drums, programming) and Nick Shopa (synth). They are friends, and have been for a while. Before forming Papertwin they were valet car parkers, land surveyors, piano tuners, landscape painters, denim tailors, movie popcorn poppers…and sometimes still are.
07/01 Brooklyn, NY – Baby’s All Right (Record release show)