We are musicians, artists, and as any artist, totally passionate about we are doing, and sometimes… well, we forget about reality, we forgot we were in 2013…
Long before we released our album last September, we had long talks before deciding to release it digitally or physically. Mainly for promotional reasons, including in short words “you don’t exist if you don’t have an album”, we went to the classical album. Then we did a lot of work on the cover, we also bought them all from the manufacturer, and still haven’t sold enough of pieces to get our return on investment. All that said, we somehow got very narrow-minded about the way we wanted people to access our music. We got so attached to our “album” that, kind of, we didn’t want people to get our music in any other way that on the physical CD… Sounds *silly* put that way… but it really was that way…
So, yes, we know, they are loads of very good reasons to get only digital music, including lack of space, environmental concerns, … So…
it’s now available for download, for 6€
We added single covers so that they’ll display nicely when you play them on your favourite smart phone. And we’ll lunch a very special offer of 50% on Tuesday the 30th, to celebrate the Celtic festival Beltain. Any comment? Of course you may share!
Yay! I confess, I’ve been hoping you would go digital at some point. 🙂
We are very slow people… might be our real Breton side: very conservative! 😀
I once read a Breton proverb: The old ways are good ways. Sounds pretty right to me!
At the same time, I tend to copy my CD’s onto my mp3 player. saves wear on the disc.
Yes, Math, it must be part of the Breton/Celtic spirit to respect so deeply what is old! We also say something like “best soups are cooked in old pots” 🙂
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