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Sion’s Melancholic Post-Rock Project DRLCT Releases the Video of “Flow your tears, that Bluebird said” Off Debut Album “Médée”

Swiss post-rock artist DRLCT has revealed a new song taken from the upcoming album “Médée”. The track is called “Flow your tears, that Bluebird said” and it is accompanied by a wonderful animated video that you can watch here:

The artist’s debut album “Médée” will be released on May 31st on the main digital streaming platforms via Sunday Fog Records. Don’t miss this album if you are a fan of PG.Lost, Cult of Luna, and We Lost the Sea.

Pre-order it on Bandcamp:édée

DRLCT is the solo project of the Swiss musician Fantin Reichler (The Kompressor Experiment, Méandre). Composed of four 10-minutes tracks, “Médée” is inspired and dedicated to Fantin’s mother, who died of cancer in 2022.

Each track illustrates an aspect of the musician’s mom’s final ordeal: “Asunder” - a delayed guitar driven slow burner - reflects on the anger and the disbelief she felt when she learned her life was over, “Un jour en Octobre” filled with nostalgia interrupted by a dark twist which represents the cancer reaching her brain, “Flow Your Tears, That Bluebird Said” - an electronica ballad representing the acceptance and the yearning for the end - and finally “Interlinked” which depicts her last painful steps towards her final rest.

The album was recorded and mixed by Ludovic Volper, mastered by Christoph Noth. Artwork by joel__rgb. Graphic designed by Tomas Defago. Logo by Fantin Reichler. Photo by Morgane Raposo.


Fantin Reichler - Guitars, Bass, Synths, Composition & Arrangement


Steve Frily - Drums

David Glassey - Vocals on tracks 1, 4

Isis Lambiel - Vocals on track 4

Camille Babington - Spoken Words on track 3

DRLCT Online:

Post-Rock DRLCT Releases New Video

Post-Rock DRLCT Releases New Video



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