As Gacha explains, there is no binding concept behind the album, but there is still a cohesive feel to the music and the impression that this collection represents a certain period of his life.
“The album is a collection of tunes built over the years rather than an album with a concept that you try to understand over time. The tracks are all from the last three years and I feel they capture everything that happened around me during this period of my life. Some of the tracks were recorded when I was just starting to make music and some are new songs with a more improvisational process behind their creation.”
Send Two Sunsets spans many moods and textures – the sparse pads of opening/closing tracks “Abandoned City” and “Blue Distance,” soothing static of “Waterfall” and guitar work of “Bliss” play off the more the uptempo moments of the slowly unfolding “Dunes” and four-to-the-floor funk of “Street Talk.”
With a musical diet of Durutti Column, Slowdive, Cluster, and old Krautrock influencing the way the guitar is utilized in his music, the instrument plays a prominent role on the LP. A number of tracks feature the vocals of Natalie Beridze, upon which Gacha reflects, “it’s rejuvenating to collaborate with someone who has a drastically different approach and style of music and song writing. Those differences between us also give us a much broader and elaborated perspective on performing live concerts.”
The diversity and experimentation across the release places Gacha as a complete and well-rounded musician happy to bend rules and work outside of the restraints of today’s modern producing circuit.