Budding progressive rock group has already established themselves in the
French progressive rock scene, now hope to revolutionize the genre.
BRETAGNE, FRANCE — Enki Thing, a band of four modern French “musiconauts,” is excited to announce the release of their highly anticipated debut album entitled ‘Divinity,’ which is now available for streaming on YouTube and Spotify. To create ‘Divinity,’ Enki Thing drew a bit of nostalgic inspiration from the music of 1970s and 1980s glam rock icons. Throughout the album, the four musicians masterfully overlay stunning lyrics that focus on universal themes such as freedom and life in stirring musical compositions. The full-length album showcases the group’s musical creativity and talent while remaining true to the rock-and-roll genre.
Before coming together on their first album, Enki Thing spent three years collaborating with other respected artists to experiment and develop their distinct sound. To date, the members of Enki
Thing have helped bring together more than 30 rock singles that showcase their amazing musical versatility as a group. After collaborating successfully on numerous projects Enki Thing then turned their attentions to their own work and soon began creating music and rising above the various challenges they faced along the way. Before long, they teased listeners with four singles from their album “Divinity,” and earlier this year they released a stunning music video for their song, “Venus Huracan.”
With so much impressive momentum already behind them, Enki Thing is enjoying their road to success and intend to get signed on to a major record label for future musical releases. Above all else, Enki Thing hopes to once again make rock music a popular genre that can hold a meaningful place in the music world for generations to come. Enki Thing is a splendid glam rock musical act made up of four up-and-coming French musicians who playfully describe themselves as “musiconauts.” Their mission is to revolutionize the genre of rock-androll music and once again put it on the map.
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