We’re living in a unique time in history. Most of our planet has already been traversed and catalogued by people who have come before us. Earth, at least from a geographical perspective, has few discoveries left for us. The true unknown lies in the worlds beyond our own. It’s likely that in the next few decades, humans will finally have the means to take our first tentative steps on the surface of our neighbouring planet, Mars. We will be the first known species that has both the knowledge and the desire to transcend our existence beyond our home planet and expand further into space. There may even be people alive today whose children will be born on a planet that isn’t called Earth. For them, the concept of “home” has a very different meaning to our own. They will be Tomorrow’s Explorers, redefining what it means to be human, whilst retaining the very thing that makes us so – our unquenchable thirst to explore the unknown.
“Tomorrow’s Explorers is the follow-up to my 2015 EP Sine Dust. Usually when I finish a record, I draw a line under it and move onto the next concept, with the explicit desire to do something different. After Sine Dust, I felt that there was more of a story to tell. Space is a pretty big place! Whereas Sine Dust was a 100% synthesiser-based record, Tomorrow’s Explorers expands the sound gamut considerably, introducing heavy string-based sections, that work alongside the synths and pads to create expansive, enveloping walls of sound. This culminates in the 13 minute title track, which I feel is one of my most audibly rich, melodically complex tracks to date. Drawing influence from every other record I’ve made, whilst taking the sound to new and unfamiliar places, Tomorrow’s Explorers is sure to please fans both old and new. The endless themes of space have been explored countless times by artists in the past. It’s a limitless source of inspiration for many of us and always a joy to discover. As usual, I hope you enjoy where it takes you.” –36