Ten Walls, Marijus Adomaitis’s moniker, has announced the release of a new LP nearly two years after hateful homophobic remarks saw a severe public backlash against him, leading festivals such as Sonar to cancel his appearances in rebuke.
My one Ten Walls record now looks like this – pic.twitter.com/XPSdiKCAH5
— Optimo (Espacio) (@JDTwitch) June 7, 2015
Queen will be a bumper offering from Runemark, consisting of 24 tracks that feature collaborations with singers Jonatan Bäckelie, Monika Liu and ALX, pianist Petras Geniušas, cello player Vytautas Sondeckis, bass guitarist Domas Aleksa, drummer Marijus Aleksa and numerous string performers.
Says Adomaitis,”Queen is an album full of contrasts… a story that covers various moments of my life as well as musical experiences.. some flashbacks from the spiritual lessons that brace me still. And it is music that leads you through the entire way.”
With European tour dates still to be announced, we wait and see if the electronic community is ready to give Ten Walls another chance. However, a well received teaser for the new album has been released, which you can watch right here: