- 17 Feb 21
The album, 'Ex:Re' was released in 2018.
Daughter vocalist Elena Tonra has announced that a reimagining of her debut album Ex:Re will be released this Friday (February 19). The record will be a collaboration between Tonra, classical composer Josephine Stevenson and string orchestra 12 Ensemble.
The reworked album will be called Ex:Re with 12 Ensemble, and consists of seven tracks from the original album, all of which have been arranged, re-recorded by Tonra and Stevenson.
The album's lead single, 'Where The Time Went' has been released in celebration, accompanied by a self-directed music video.Recorded in 2019 by Fabian Prynn at Kings Place, the album was mixed by Jonathan Lefèvre-Reich and mastered by Benjamin Joubert. The team was mixing the album when the pandemic first began to shut down the arts industry worldwide.
“We were mixing the record while concerts and events around the world were being cancelled and postponed, so it was really moving to listen to the audio over and over during that time,” Tonra said in a statement. “The sound of a room filled with people was, and is, something we were all greatly missing.”
The tracklist for Ex:Re with 12 Ensemble is as follows:
1. ‘Where The Time Went (with 12 Ensemble)’
2. ‘Crushing (with 12 Ensemble)’
3. ‘New York (with 12 Ensemble)’
4. ‘Romance (with 12 Ensemble)’
5. ‘The Dazzler (with 12 Ensemble)’
6. ‘Too Sad (with 12 Ensemble)’
7. ‘Liar (with 12 Ensemble)’
Watch 'Where The Time Went' below.