The Human Stain

by SAIGON WOULD BE SEOUL

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1.
This Is The Beginning, This Is The End
2.
Narenta
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427 Months Before
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6.
History Of Us
7.
The Tiniest Manifesto
8.
Emotionally Remote Concerns
9.
August Sun
10.
Good And Human People
11.
Normal Jungle Law
12.
If This Is A Man
13.
Form And Feeling
14.
How To Come Back From The Dead
15.
The Human Stain
16.
More Beautiful Days Will Come

about

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'The Human Stain' is the upcoming new album from Saigon Would Be Seoul album, out Oct. 30, 2020 via {int}erpret null.
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Saigon Would Be Seoul is the solo project from Mirza Ramic of the electronic music duo Arms and Sleepers. While spending most of his adult life in the US, Mirza was born in Bosnia & Herzegovina and lived there until 1992, when the Bosnian War forced his family to flee the country. Mirza and his mother would spend the next few years moving across continents, countries and states as refugees. Mirza’s father did not survive the war; he was killed by a mortar shell in 1993. This personal journey of trauma, loss and survival is at the core of the project's DNA.

As with the debut album 'Everywhere Else Left Behind' (released in June 2019), the upcoming new full-length album 'The Human Stain' deals with Mirza's roots. Musically, however, the new album is a departure from the solo piano pieces that defined the debut release. Taking on a more dark ambient, experimental jazz sound, the Saigon Would Be Seoul project looks to venture even deeper into the vast post-classical genre. While the earlier works could be compared to the music of artists such as Chilly Gonzales, the new material finds more in common with the moody atmosphere of acts such as Bohren & Der Club Of Gore.

'The Human Stain' will be released on Oct. 30, 2020 via {int}erpret null.
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credits

releases October 30, 2020

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Written and produced by Saigon Would Be Seoul.
Mixed and mastered by Sun Glitters.
Artwork by Saigon Would Be Seoul, madeByhujo, and Carl Bowman.

Saigon Would Be Seoul is Mirza Ramic.
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