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The World

by Dancing Suns

Part 1 of songs for the end of the world series, taken from the album Goldmine. A proclamation of the joy of life, about taking the reins in to one's own hands and lifting the spirits beyond the weight of the earth.
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The World is the first single from the album Goldmine. Released 12/12/12/
Goldmine is the new album from Nina Hynes. It will be released on 28/12/12.
The idea for the record is a story.
A folk story that takes you to the last days of the world through the deep west carrying the nostalgia of a 1970's french art film.

The World is proclamation of the joy of life, about taking the reins in to one's own hands and lifting the spirits beyond the weight of the earth.
The B-side is Safe, a song written in Mexico when Nina threw caution to the wind and travelled alone for two months.
It is a prayer to oneself about finding safety within when one is feeling at her peril.

She is releasing it under the band name Dancing Suns as it is a collaboration with Fabien Leseure.
Sean Carpio completed the band's initial session of arranging and musical composition based around Nina's songs.

Nina and Fabien continued for a year and a half in Cellbridge, Berlin and Brussels digging in the mine, through thick and thin, until they felt the gold was struck.
The truth is the gold was mined way back but it took some time for them to actually see it and touch it with their hands.
Over the year and a half, they employed 27 musicians and a choir.

In 2007, they moved to Berlin, bought a van and went touring.
9 months later, their baby girl Caia was born.
Nina stayed in for a few years and wrote songs while Caia was asleep.
In 2011, she successfully crowd-funded the money for the record.
It was recorded in a few places around Europe but mostly in a ballroom under the magical spell of Pickering Forest, Cellbridge through the kindness of the last princess of Lithuania.
It was mixed in the famous and eerie Funkhaus , Berlin, home to the Russian radio station of DDR times.



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Aideen Higgins

Wonderful single, can't wait for the album. Ninas best work to date 😄😄