Horizogon by Babe, Terror was an album praised by the Guardian as “The Global Album of September” came out physically on 4th December, released by Glue Moon Records. The Fountain caught up with the band to discuss the reception to this album and what might be in their future plans.
TF: You have a new album out, what has the reception been like to Horizogon?
Was very good. The Guardian put me on the “Global Album of The Month”. Other sites spoke very passionately about the album. I didn’t even expect them to like it so much, although I think the album is a special work. I had very good publicity effort, but I was still a little surprised.
TF: How would you sum up the LP in one sentence?
An excavation finding a São Paulo of dreams.
TF: What is your plan for the remainder of the year, after this release?
I want to have time to work on my short films and think about how I’m going to take the next step in music, that is, the track for these short films. I still don’t know how the construction continues after this record. I must not go back to the beatings of yestertimes anyway. Horizogon‘s videos are like shorts, and the record is a great track for them.
TF: Where is your favourite venue for playing live, where is the next place you look most forward to gigging?
I’d like to visit some hidden spots, like in Thailand or Laos. Or even Sri Lanka. I don’t play a lot live, cause my music is difficult to reproduce.
Horizogon is out now, via Glue Moon Records