After the release of TZU’s third studio album, Computer Love, in the Winter of 2008, Joelistics, Countbounce, Paso Bionic and Yeroc decided it was time to take a break. It was time to live, time to do the things they couldn’t whilst touring a critically acclaimed, J Award nominated album. Things like smelling the roses, making babies and travelling the world. Now, a few years on, the clouds have parted, the flame has reignited and TZU have once again suited up, ready to release their fourth studio LP, Millions of Moments. Joel explains it better than we can…
This is a concept album. drums. the concept is the last one to arrive at the party.
Let’s start in November 2010. no plans. it’s apparent we aren’t the same people who were in TZU 10 years ago. experiment. in a warehouse in Coburg we stock up on synthesisers. machines. Samplers. we will need to eat.
We spend two weeks making instrumentals and talking about films. Picture Motion.
Lyrics come from stories. stories become songs. more songs arrive. life catches up. two years pass.
Millions of Moments.
It’s good to remember how things begin.
This is the current story being told. there were many stories before it. there will be many stories after it.
Somewhere out there, the old you knows this and is trying to remind you to remember it in the future.
Millions of Moments.
Millions of Moments sees TZU delving further into the electronic direction they explored on Computer Love. As colourful collection of original and charismatic tunes, these ‘millions of moments’ are set in Australia at vastly differing times. The narrative follows the adventures of Persephone. Our mysterious protagonist trials a drug called Chronos, which sends her hurtling through time (Doctor Who style) to inhabit the consciousness of an array of alluring folk.

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