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Album artwork for Burn by Lisa Gerrard and Jules Maxwell

Dead Can Dance members Lisa Gerrard and Jules Maxwell have teamed up under a new guise with James Chapman (MAPS) to create a studio album, titled Burn. The record began its journey more than seven years ago, when Lisa met Irish theatre composer Jules Maxwell before working together for the first time.

With Chapman joining the duo as producer, ideas began to be generated freely and over time a distinct sound for their work began to emerge. Their focus was to create a sound that was both euphoric and compelling, more inventive than what they had worked on separately in the past. From gentle beginnings, each track builds and intensifies, creating a hypnotic experience to listen to from start to finish.

Stylistically, the new album Burn is a diverse mix of electronica, alternative, cinematic soundscape and world music with hints of early Vangelis. Accumulatively, this is a stunning departure for all three of them.

Lisa Gerrard and Jules Maxwell

Burn

Atlantic Curve
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Album artwork for Burn by Lisa Gerrard and Jules Maxwell
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Album artwork for Burn by Lisa Gerrard and Jules Maxwell
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£12.99

Released 07/05/2021Catalogue Number

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Lisa Gerrard and Jules Maxwell

Burn

Atlantic Curve
Album artwork for Album artwork for Burn by Lisa Gerrard and Jules Maxwell by Burn - Lisa Gerrard and Jules Maxwell
Album artwork for Burn by Lisa Gerrard and Jules Maxwell
LP

£21.99

White
Released 21/05/2021Catalogue Number

AC0031

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for Burn by Lisa Gerrard and Jules Maxwell
CD

£12.99

Released 07/05/2021Catalogue Number

AC0032

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Dead Can Dance members Lisa Gerrard and Jules Maxwell have teamed up under a new guise with James Chapman (MAPS) to create a studio album, titled Burn. The record began its journey more than seven years ago, when Lisa met Irish theatre composer Jules Maxwell before working together for the first time.

With Chapman joining the duo as producer, ideas began to be generated freely and over time a distinct sound for their work began to emerge. Their focus was to create a sound that was both euphoric and compelling, more inventive than what they had worked on separately in the past. From gentle beginnings, each track builds and intensifies, creating a hypnotic experience to listen to from start to finish.

Stylistically, the new album Burn is a diverse mix of electronica, alternative, cinematic soundscape and world music with hints of early Vangelis. Accumulatively, this is a stunning departure for all three of them.