Wreckage of Love​/​Tokyo Rooftops

by Berlyn Trilogy

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released June 28, 2015

Berlyn Trilogy are James Beswick, Simon Rowe & Faye Williams
Songs written & recorded by Dorian Cramm & Berlyn Trilogy
Female vocals by Charlotte Hubbard
Mixed and produced by Steve Whitfield
Mastered by Dez Ford @ Rocket Fuel Audio
Photography by Mark Walker @ MNW Visual Communications


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Berlyn Trilogy Wakefield, UK

Brooding electronic pop with dark industrial undertones.
Clear, emotive vocals.
Swooping synthesiser atmospherics.
Addictive melodies.

All propelled along by pounding beats, samples, and a bass guitar.

Influenced by classic electronic pioneers like Ultravox, Depeche Mode, Japan, The Human League. Berlyn Trilogy create emotive, catchy, danceable pop, and they love performing live.
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Track Name: Wreckage of Love
Distant neon lights
Glimmer and burn
We both leave the city
We cannot return
The roads become silent
Are we both alone?
Lost in a moment
When love's all we know

We're just a wreckage of love
In a 1940's car
Pouring over ourselves
Healing the scars

Distant the mountains
Are shrouded in dust
Great monuments hidden
One day they'll be rust
The radio's silent
We have been waiting for this
We'll never feel closer
Than in the moment we kiss

It's a burning car
It's a stolen car
Track Name: Tokyo Rooftops
Laying in my arms
In a sea of my despair
No idea what to do
No idea how to save you
This is all so strange
This could be our last day
Looking up to the clouds
I see the storm break

The sky strikes my face
A thousand tears lost in rain
Broken in defeat
I see the colours fade

In a sea of my despair

Tokyo rooftops in the rain
This feels like a movie
But this can't end, no not this way
Please don't leave me

The moment fits the time
The sun releases the night
Stay with me, stay
If you die, I suffer the same
Looking into your eyes
Your soul holds no-one to blame
Holding on to your hand
I feel you drifting away

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