Watch Gene Serene’s video for ‘Travel A Million Miles’!‏

August 7, 2015



“Blissfully experimental…”– Clash

For fans of: Björk Goldfrapp, Robyn
Gene Serene has released a video for ‘Travel A Million Miles’, a track taken from her debut album, The Polaris Experience.

‘Travel A Million Miles’ premiered on GigSlutz, who described the video as “another twinkling slice of melodic electronica.” You can watch it via Gene Serene’s YouTube channel.


You can also stream the track via Gene’s SoundCloud page.

The video for single Weightlessness premiered on Clash Magazine‘s website and you can watch it now on YouTube.

Inspired by the Mars One project, where members of the public have been given the chance to sign up for a one way ticket to the red planet, The Polaris Experience tells the age old story of boy meets girl, of true connections and love as the technological singularity takes place and the world becomes increasingly toxic to mankind. As war ensues, the star crossed lovers are offered an escape route that will take them off the Earth. Placed in suspended animation and heading away from their celestial home, songs such as ‘Hold Me’ and ‘Upload’ explore the emotions and connections experienced in a technologically superior and interstellar future, existing outside of space and time.

With a sound that owes as much to prog staples Pink Floyd, Frank Zappa and Cardiacs as it does stylistically to Goldfrapp and St Vincent, The Polaris Experience is a stellar addition to the oeuvre of intelligent, vocally driven electronica.

The Polaris Experienceis a concept album in the classic sense of the word, and Gene Serene enlisted the help of producer and sound engineer Bob Earland (Radiophonic Workshop, Clor) who co-wrote and co-produced the album, providing Gene with a sample library and the tools to create something brilliant.

You can stream and download album track and single Singularity and ‘Hazza’ for free via the ABoF SoundCloud page and watch Singularity‘s cosmic video on YouTube.

The Polaris Experience is out now via Duchess Box Records and available to buy digitally on iTunes.

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