New York City-based musician Freddie Wahter is excited to announce the release of his highly-anticipated sophomore album, “Works.” A collection of diverse and genre-defying instrumental tracks, the album explores the theme of human labor and its relationship to technology and the environment.
With a unique sound that blends electronic, experimental and orchestral elements, “Works” is a truly ambitious and experimental body of work. The album features a variety of tracks that showcases the breadth of Freddie’s production skills, from the glitchy and frenetic “5013” to the melancholy and cinematic “Gasoline”.
“I’ve always been fascinated by the idea of work, and how it shapes our lives, cultures and society,” said Freddie of the album. “I wanted to create something that could reflect the complexity and the different emotions that come with the theme of human labor and technology”.
The release of “Works” is a follow-up to his highly-acclaimed single “Vapor” which has set a high bar for this sophomore release. Critics and fans alike have praised his unique sound and ability to create a narrative through instrumental music and this album promises to offer the same level of quality and innovation.
“Works” is available now on all streaming platforms and will be available for purchase on CD and limited-edition vinyl. Fans can also catch Freddie on tour in support of the album in the coming months, with dates to be announced soon.
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