One of our favourite bass players of the new brazilian post-punk scene, Thiago Halleck presents us his new song “Zero”.
You can hear some echoes of “1983” and “Gangue Morcego” alongside the best sonic textures of 80s european dark music (yeah, very cool stuff).
Besides playing and recording all the instruments, he also did provide the cover art. Wear you black clothes and turn off the lights.
Now, a few words by Thiago about the new single:
"I wrote a few words when a person I loved very much left this world without being able to say goodbye, or even prepare myself. There was no intention of playing them, it was just an outburst from me to me. After 6 years, I found the notebook where I had written those words. The text was long and very personal, so I chose some sections and decided to turn them into music.
This person had a name, but she liked to be called Rei. Besides being the name of a character she liked a lot, it is also, in Japanese, a word with many meanings. It means "spirit", and it is also what they call the number zero. Zero marks the beginning, the end and the middle of everything. I believe that the spirit also has this same nature.
Despite all this, the now only happens once. Take care of the people you love and don't waste time with nonsense."