Du Strahlst So Schön is the title of the new ep from German Rock artist Lehmanski. With 8 songs on the ep the album boasts of being one of the potential hit albums of 2023.
The album was recorded in the home studio of Lehmanski with from other great musicians like RUEBI who played the drumbeats and Sarah Welker who also graced the songs with her soothing vocals, and there is Kristin Seifert who played a gigantic flute on “Hundert Jahre sind kein Tag”.,
The EP was recorded in Lehmanski’s sleeping and living room. The flute in a classroom, the voice of Sarah, and trumpet and trombone in studios in Waltrop and Kempten.
Lehmanski draws great inspiration from his influences like Hüsker Dü, The Go-Betweens, and the german bands Tocotronic, Blumfeld und Die Sterne D
LehmanskiThe talented artiste Lehmanski gave a vivid understanding of what each song entails and what to expect during each session.
1: DU STRAHLST SO SCHÖN (You shine so beautifully) The title song shines. With a melody that hugs you. It sparkles and glitters. ‘You shine so beautifully’ from the first second takes its way on the broad way of a pompous sound. The song takes focus on people who like standing in the center.
2: RADIOMÄDCHEN (Radio Girl) „Radiomädchen“ is a little feel good monster that declares radio to a shrine, hearing radio to a religion – that is car driving music for das das Radio zum Schrein erklärt, das Radiohören zur Religion – Aufofahrmusik for bikes, with flying hear and enormous headphones.
3: DEINE WELT, DIE WIR NICHT WOLLEN (Your world we don’t want). “Deine Welt, die wir nicht wollen” – was born some years ago and is unfortunately currently actual. It is about people who bawl paroles unreflective.
4: MOFAPETRA 2021 “Mofapetra 2021” is the continuation from 2008, from that song, that feels mostly like real, but unspoilt life, that has changed from morality to a fairy tale – with words that weigh like gold hide their grief between the lines.
5: WIR VERSCHENKEN UNSEREN KOMPASS (We give away our compass) “Wir verschenken unseren Kompass” rolls straight through the general store rollt from the shelf to the cash register – all with a serious routine refrain. The end doesn’t sound when bass and guitar are rumbling ominous in front of the abyss.
6: ANDERS ALS DAS ANDERSSEIN (Different than being different) “Anders als das Anderssein” makes itself to easy for indie rock trained ears. The song takes an ironic view on the trend setting being different, hat barricaddes in uniform individuality, to end in grandiose melody hat outshines everything.
7: DA GEHT KEIN TROPFEN DANEBEN (No drop goes besides) In the jazzy downspilled “Da geht kein Tropfen daneben” the start is gentyl, until the refrain takes a turn and takes the curve with a wall of sound alike sound, melodically grows und heralds its own end.
8: HUNDERT JAHRE SIND KEIN TAG (Hundred years are not a day) “Hundert Jahre sind kein Tag” is a minutely still life, no cuddle song, not even approximately balladesque, it’s a song that encrypts the stubborn being with exhilarated melodies.
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