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We're hosting a backstage party for our new album and we hope you'll enjoy this fun and interactive experience!
Starting on August 28, we'll be sharing the album with you, one song at a time - 12 tracks over 12 days! We're excited to share stories and meaning behind the songs plus the experience of recording an album during a pandemic... Ya, that's was wild and unforgettable.
Each day we will send you an email with a link to a new page where you'll discover special behind the scenes videos and interviews. We'll dive into each song from our new album and discuss the lyrics and how the melodies came to be. Technical note: Please add add our email: contact [at] twinflamesmusic.com to your contacts so the messages don't land in your spam folder!
Get inside knowledge on the deeper meaning of each song. We will even have a special segment to discuss the gear that we used to build our home studio and an interview with our producer Jake Jones and an exclusive mini-doc of the making of OMEN. So, whatever your interest whether it be songwriting, melody creation, music production, or our band be sure to sign up. This Pandemic may have separated us from being with you live but we are grateful for technology and the ability to bring us a bit closer together.
Ok, thanks again for being here and we'll see you very soon!
Chelsey & Jaaji xxoo
About the new Album
OMEN - is a surprising departure from music the band has released in the past. Teeming with pop and synth-heavy sound exploration, with tracks like Battlefields and Grace Too the album touches on themes based on a self-reflective consciousness covering the subject of mental health, a topic that hits home for the band.
OMEN offers an intricate exploration into an edgier, darker musical feel that merges alt-pop, rock, and electronic genres into one. Using unique sounds, Indigenous Spirit flutes, traditional drums and western instruments, synthesizing harmonies, and traditional Inuit throat singing - including a collaboration with two-time JUNO Award nominees, Silla, Wendat Singer Andrée Levesque Sioui and Inuvialuit Dene Singer Nina Segalowitz - Twin Flames unveil in OMEN a raw and honest experience. Certain to follow the successes of their previous two critically acclaimed albums - Jaaji and Chelsey June (2015) and Signal Fire (2017) - Chelsey and Jaaji dive even deeper into stories of courage and survival on OMEN, revealing a true passage into the hearts and minds of the beloved couple, and a gapless release that encourages listeners to take in the entire journey.
“The album is concept-based around a dystopian reality, global warming, and humankind being free of social classes, mental health, and addictions,” they say. “It speaks to seeking Omens and signs of hope within ourselves and Mother Nature.”
With OMEN, Twin Flames question the human mind revealing how one can endure the darkness, and still find a way to bloom; it’s a truly moving experience, foretelling a brighter future while signifying the advent of change and a time for strength. “We speak to the inner turmoil that so many, including ourselves, have experienced. We hope to express that if one dares to dream of meeting their heart’s longing and purpose, the world can be forever changed.” pt-based around a dystopian reality, global warming, and humankind being free of social classes, mental health, and addictions,” they say. “It speaks to seeking Omens and signs of hope within ourselves