‘Tomorrow‘ is an instrumental track taken from Synesthete‘s latest album ‘Episodic Memory’. We enjoyed Synesthete’s debut EP last year and were actually quite eager to hear more. ‘Tomorrow’ is cinematic in its mannerism’s and has a very real feel to it, even a certain warmth as well. It’s quite a get up and go track too, making use of sprightly melodies and other lively instrumentation. Although on the other hand, it’s also quite soothing as well with sparkling synths and atmospherics taking over the track completely. For fans of Adam Young, best known for Owl City but mainly his various solo projects.
Speaking of ‘Episodic Memory’ and the inspiration for the album name, Synesthete has said: “(an) Episodic Memory is defined as “the memory of autobiographical events (times, places, associated emotions, and other contextual who, what, when, where, why knowledge) that can be explicitly stated or conjured. It is the collection of past personal experiences that occurred at a particular time and place”.
“I wanted to capture those exact moments like that late summer morning in the best form I knew how – music. With an album cover for an album not yet written, I began writing the kind of music I pictured in my head during those moments, and when I look back at them as memories. This would essentially become the soundtrack to these small windows of time, and a very important time in my life as a father. Like a scent that instantly brings back old memories, I wanted the music of Episodic Memory to remind me of these exact moments, and how I felt during them.”