Solar Fake – Frontiers


Finally something new

The debut album of the Berlin-based band 'Solar Fake' I have some­how missed. I became aware only with the music video 'More Than This'. The album 'Frontiers' moves in the upper middle class of the Futurepop genre.

In addi­tion to the first single are par­tic­u­larly out­stand­ing tracks 'No Apologies', and the cov­er song 'Such A Shame' orgin­ally by 'Talk Talk'.

On some tracks you also can find Industrial influ­ences, like in the songs 'Parasites' and 'Until I'm Back'. Overall this is a very var­ied and gor­geous album and it gives me the feel­ing, to hear more of this fant­ast­ic band.

By the way, this album also made it into our art­icle ‘The best Synth Pop and genre-related albums 2011‘. Read now.

Track By Track Rating

solar fake frontiers
Solar Fake – Frontiers
Under The Skies
Why Did I Raise The Fire
No Apologies
More Than This
Such A Shame (Talk Talk Cover)
Where Are You
The Rising Doubt
Pain Goes By
Until I'm Back
The Line Of Sight
More Than This
Such A Shame (Talk Talk Cover)
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Under The Skies
Why Did I Raise The Fire
No Apologies
More Than This
Such A Shame (Talk Talk Cover)
Where Are You
The Rising Doubt
Pain Goes By
Until I'm Back
The Line Of Sight
Final Score