Dublin composer and producer BK Pepper is releasing his debut single ‘Colours’ ahead of his forthcoming debut album ‘Territories’ out November 20th. A beautiful simplistic piece with melodies that take the listener on a reverie to a simpler time, ‘Colours’ solo piano intro is joined by a chorus of strings that rise and fall to leave us pining for what’s to come on November 20th with the full album. ‘Colours’ was the first track to be recorded for the album with the string orchestra recorded in a converted swimming pool studio in London.
Classically trained on piano and trombone, BK Pepper’s musical projects include composing for film and theatre as well as touring with both orchestras and rock bands. After many years performing and releasing collaboratively, BK is now releasing his debut album. Recorded in London’s Abbey Road, The Pool and Angel Studios, the collection of compositions is a neo-classical mix of piano, strings and electronics, with lead single ‘Colours’ a tribute to melody and imagination.
About the album BK says.. “the theme of ‘Territories’ reflects how borders have become increasingly visible in recent years, with migration, trade disputes and now a global pandemic reshaping how territories are perceived, defined and enforced around the world.”