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Lost At Home

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Added on 18 June 2017

„Lost At Home“ by GRAN NOIR is the first single of their forthcoming new album to be released on 01/09/2017. Get it here: http://apple.co/2qp7D46 - 27/05/2017 - Frauenfeld, Dreiegg w/Hathors 24/06/2017 - St.Gallen, Parkplatzfest Grabenhalle 31/08/2017 - Zurich, Dynamo w/Special Guest! 02/09/2017 - Uster, SLM Festival more to come! - IT WAS JUST ANY OLD WEEKEND HER PARENTS TRUSTED AND BELIEVED THEY'D BEEN FAMILY FOR YEARS THEY TOOK OFF FOR A DAY OR TWO GRANNY FOUND HER BODY EYES OPEN WIDE GRANNY FOUND HER BODY BEATEN BRUISED AND TIGHT GRANNY FOUND HER BODY LOST AT HOME LOST AT HOME WHAT HAPPEND, WHAT WAS GOING ON NOBODY KNEW THINGS TURNED OUT THIS WAY HARD TO EXPLAIN, HARD TO UNDERSTAND MOMENTS OUT OF MIND, BUT WHY - Promotion: pashi@ambulance-recordings.ch Booking: yannick@gladwemet.ch
Electronic Eyes
Year of creation
Ambulance Recordings & Lakedrive Rec. Int.
Michael Winkler

Credits and thanks

Cast: Lotti Happle & GRAN NOIR
Director, DoP, Lights, Cutter, Postproduction: Michael Winkler
1. Assistant, Lights: Flora Gojanaj
Idea: Nils & Matt of GRAN NOIR with Michi & Flo of ICONOGRAPHIC
Location scout: Nils Ebding, Phil Wüst & Mathias Kampmann
Casting: Lin Lombris
Runner: Stefano Vanotti, Pascal Schulz & Phil Wüst

Written & Performed by GRAN NOIR
Produced by Phil „Danger“ Hillen & GRAN NOIR
Recorded & Mixed by Phil „Danger“ Hillen at SU-2 Studios
Mastered by Philipp Welsing at Original Mastering
Published by Ambulance Recordings / Waterfall of Colors
in cooperation with Lakedrive Records International 26th of May 2017


Thanks to the great people at Stiftung Züriwerk!
Thanks to Tourism Viamala & Graubünden!
Thanks to ZHdK (Zürcher Hochschule der Künste)!
Thanks to Toaster Cables for their great support!
Thanks to the whole crew, Kalle, our families & friends to make all this happen!
Special thanks to Stefano Vanotti who made the unpossible possible!

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