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Stearica Releasing New Album "Fertile"

UK-based Monotreme Records confirms the upcoming release of "Fertile," the second LP from Turin, Italy-based instrumental trio Stearica.

The Obelisk today reveals the first listen to "Fertile," hosting a stream of the LP's second track, "Halite." Give it a listen below.

"Fertile" will be released in Europe on April 13th and in North America April 14th, on CD and digital download formats, as well as a deluxe 180-gram 2xLP double gatefold edition. Monotreme Records comments:

"A powerful, adventurous recording, inspired by the squares of the Arab Spring and Barcelona's Indignants, Fertile, will be released in the early days of Spring; the season of renewal and fertility in many parts of the world including the region historically known as The Fertile Crescent, the birthplace of some of the earliest human civilizations, and also the scene of the revolutionary political uprisings that swept across the Middle East in 2011 known as the Arab Spring."

"Upon arriving in Barcelona to perform at Primavera Sound during the 2011 Indignants protests was the spark that ignited the inspiration for this record, and the Arab Spring revolutions unfolding across the Middle East as we wrote the album further fuelled our inspiration," issues the band's Francesco Carlucci.

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