The latest album from the Berlin based producer has been a while in the making. It is almost ten years since he released his last full length LP back in 2008, now he is set to return with ten tracks on Tokyo’s Endless Flight titled "Lotos Land". The album features an array of exquisite productions which includes wonky electronics, delicate soundscapes and an assortment beautiful twists and turns. Sascha Funke also invites a selection of friends to feature which includes David of The Junto Club, Emily Evans and Autarkic.
Parry’s two finest and most popular anthems, Blest Pair of Sirens and I was glad, make an attractive coupling to his famous choral works. The 45-minute work The Soul’s Ransom, with its sequence of solos and choruses, forms a broadly symphonic four-movement structure and The Lotos eaters; a setting for soprano, chorus and orchestra is performed by Della Jones, a characterful soloist. This is a full and atmospheric recording to match the incandescent performances.