Six and a half years is a long time. In a similar lapse of time, change, and think about other things, try different experiences, travelling, talk, think, write, and in the end no one is ever as those of six and a half years before. And then to think that the Pearl Jam Gigaton, their new album out on the 27th of march, arrived from the us at six and a half years from the previous Lightning bolt, are the same as before is necessarily wrong. Or, if so, it would be bad news, because a band that remains the same after six and a half years of silence would be a band irrelevant, and ready for retirement. And instead, for our and their luck, it is not so. Gigaton is a further step in a long and fascinating journey of the band to Seattle, a album in which the group photographer himself exactly as he is today, with all that these years have brought with them in terms of maturity, discoveries, wishes made, and hypotheses are abandoned, joys, and inevitably pain, truth and lies. Years that have transformed the Pearl Jam and have them made to become not an object of the monolithic and untouchable, but a mosaic that offers an unique image and recognisable, but that is made up of fragments, of different personalities and separate its components.
Pearl Jam, here is 'Gigaton', the new album that plunges into the past to look to the future
Six and a half years is a long time. In a similar lapse of time, change, and think about other things, try different experiences, travelling, talk, think, write
26 Mart 2020 Perşembe 19:01