Alphanaut Goes Back to the Stars

06/05/2012
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Alphanaut (a.k.a. Mark Alan) has released the "Back to the Stars" Remix EP. The Remix EP features an acoustic version of the original, as well as remixes from It's Gonna Crash (Ted Scarlett) and Mark Alan himself.

"Back to the Stars" is the first single from Alphanaut's upcoming LP Little Sun, out June 26, 2012.

Little Sun is a concept driven work about the full life cycle of Alan's beloved dog Dingo who tragically passed away from Canine Lymphoma in October 2009. Each song on the album is a chapter in the story of Dingo's life, from birth to the ultimate passage back into the realm of the spirit. Of the thirteen songs on Little Sun, eight are stories told from Dingo's perspective, including "Back to the Stars."

In Alan's own words: "The song 'Back to the Stars' marks the final chapter in the Little Sun story of my dog Dingo's life. The album begins with "Falling to Earth," which recounts the experience of birth on a grand cosmic level, and moves through various key moments of his life. I knew I wanted to wrap things up full circle with the journey concluding where it began in the ethers of space. Even though 'Back to the Stars' is about the afterlife, it was important to for the song to be upbeat and joyous as it touched on the concept of life and death being the passage of energy from one state to the next. Like most of Little Sun, 'Back to the Stars' is told from Dingo's perspective. I imagined him overseeing a gathering of those who loved him and the discovery of his journal, it's pages filled with mementos of the joys, triumphs and tribulations of his time on Earth."

Alphanaut "Back to the Stars" Remix EP

1. Back to the Stars (Acoustic)
2. Back to the Stars (Alphanaut Twin Sun Remix)
3. Back to the Stars (It's Gonna Crash Ion Drive Mix)
4. Back to the Stars (It's Gonna Crash Cosmic Dust Mix)

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