Gdansk, Poland Post metal band.
Feather Child was formed by 4 guys from completely different music planets. We started playing with 3 words in our mind:… space, melody, beauty. Without any borders, without limitation and rules.
Konrad Piątkowski — Bass/keys/fx
Łukasz „Loki” Knapik — Guitars /keys/fx
Maciej Szymborski — Drums
Marcin “Majeran” Majrowski – Guitars/ keys/fx
Inner Self Absence
1.Past Reflection 05:19
2.Hollow Dreams 05:41
4.Outer Void 04:30
5.Sky Tearing 04:51
8.Identity Disorder 05:14
Feather Child is:
Łukasz “Loki” Knapik
Maciek “Szymbor” Szymborski
Konrad “Cody” Piątkowski
Marcin “Majeran” Majrowski
released July 20, 2016
Production: Feather Child, Widek
Recorded, mixed and mastered: Widek at Nova Studio –
Hi guys ! This time something new from our drummer ! Check out the new project that he is involved in !
Feather Child – “Inner Self Absence” (2016)
Something has been done that in recent years post-rock on the Polish music scene began to be extremely attractive. Meanwhile, the rash of bands playing music in the aesthetics of the so-called alternative rock with a reduction in the role of vocals unfortunately makes it difficult to pick out something really interesting or something really non-secondary. Let’s make an appointment – damn hard. Experimental music has it to itself that the audience is becoming more demanding and increasingly bored. However, in the sheer number of similar, often pathetic and tiring creations, I find a kind of hope. Feather Child – a formation from the Tricity – do not pretend anything and do not combine forcibly. On the album Inner Self Absence released in July this year, they play almost classic post-rock, and when you need it and a little harder.
First of all, the first thing that draws attention – the songs are finished. It sounds strange, butthat’s exactly what it is. Nothing here stretches indefinitely, every number isthought out, caressed, without unnecessary oddities, cosmic keys or boring (after a hundred interrogated similar eneeching gangs) przesterów. From the very first past reflection number you can get caught up in the material. The Outer Void deserves the distinction with interesting drums and nice guitar transitions and calmer Megrims with variable pace. There is absolutely no shortage of vocals here, and I can even say that it could interfere. Electronics are the background, it doesn’t come to the fore, and if it’s the intended grip, it’s hit as much as possible.
There is nothing to melt away – the whole thing just falls well, nice, solid post-rock playing. He also doesn’t want to get too much into comparisons, but if you like We Lost The Sea or Sounds Like The End of The World,you can safely reach for feather child’s offer. An interesting fact is that the Gentlemen of Feather Child every day give in completely different musical projects, m.in. Devil’s Note, Sinful Carrion, Circles, Silence of the Sheep. Do they themselves fund solace and instrumental avalanche in the form of post-rock? Recommend!
Stupendous Polish band of atmospheric post metal, its members already have a renowned and consecrated tradition on the world stage, their melodies are very well structured from a harmonious and smooth cadence to a precise and incendiary vigor of the band, with sliding, howling, precise and distorted, prominent and vigorous bass, atmospheric keyboard and a vigorous guiding drum in the line of jazz fusion, highly technical and qualified band full of exquisite nuances and textures, with fantastic creativity. Aryon Maiden.