AJEEB by Daniel L. Fleitas
AJEEB by Daniel L. Fleitas
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Emotive post hardcore noise rockers AJEEB premiere excellent, thick riffed new album “Refractions”

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Ajeeb, the power trio from Canary Island, is making a comeback after five years since their debut album ‘Toss and Turn’ with their second studio album ‘Refractions‘, which is set to release on March 29, 2023. Today, we’re stoked to give you an exclusive stream of the full thing, one day ahead of the official release!

The band has released two singles “Hollowed Out” and “Far Enough” in advance of the album’s release, showcasing their blend of alternative rock, noise, and shoegaze. The band, which never ceased creating new music, has toured Spain and various other countries like UK, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Czech Republic, Poland, and Cape Verde in the interim.

Their new album is infused with the fragrance of alternative rock, accompanied by a substantial amount of fuzz and reverb. The 11 tracks on the album represent a significant change in direction from their debut album, and it signifies a new beginning after an incredibly complex time for the band.

AJEEB by Daniel L. Fleitas
AJEEB by Daniel L. Fleitas

They recorded the album completely in analogue, with the objective of capturing their purest and most straightforward essence, from the songwriting to the lyrics.

Ajeeb aims to demonstrate that the changes around us inevitably transform us, forcing us to evolve in different ways depending on our interpretation. The band encourages their listeners to turn up the volume and let the different moods of the album carry them away.

The record is available on vinyl via Spinda Records, Violence In The Veins, Quebranta Records, Noizeland Records, Hey Boy Hey Girl, Bandera Records, Naife, Hombre Montaña, Clever Eagle Records and The Ghost Is Clear Records, on CD via Spinda Records, and cassette tape via Spinda Records & Clever Eagle Records.

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