Once recorded, I began to think of ways to release the album as a gift to my fans, similarly to my 2012 release Screws. That’s when we came up with the idea of Piano Day, an official body created by a group of close friends to house various and exciting piano-related projects. The first project we revealed is the building of what will be the world’s tallest piano: the Klavins 450. With a target of 120.000 euros to reach, I’ve eased my fans into sharing their money for the project with this free release. All direct donations and a portion from any record sales will go to the Klavins 450 project until the target has been hit.
Recorded on the Klavins M370 in 2014 as an improvisation single take without any overdubs. The 370 is situated in Tübingen / Germany, 1.8 tons in weight, 3.7 meters high, its longest strings are about 10 feet in length.
Fans can also purchase the album on Vinyl, CD and DL via Erased Tapes worldwide.