The Gods We Can Touch AURORA
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- 1The Forbidden Fruits of Eden00:40
- 2Everything Matters03:33
- 3Giving in to the Love03:01
- 4Cure for Me03:18
- 5You Keep Me Crawling02:59
- 6Exist for Love04:10
- 8The Innocent03:27
- 9Exhale Inhale03:32
- 10A Temporary High03:23
- 11A Dangerous Thing03:35
- 13Blood in the Wine03:29
- 14This Could Be a Dream04:08
- 15A Little Place Called the Moon04:10
Info for The Gods We Can Touch
The highly-anticipated album, The Gods We Can Touch from Aurora. It is an elegant and celestial but provocative album about shame, desire and morality, all seen through the narrative prism of Greek mythology. In each of the album’s fifteen songs we meet a different god.
The Gods We Can Touch, an elegant but provocative album about shame, desire and morality, seen through the narrative prism of greek mythology. In each of the album’s songs we meet a different god. On Exist For Love, it’s Aphrodite; We also meet Persephone, queen of the damned (on Heathens), Morpheus (This Could Be A Dream) and Peitho, the personification of seduction and persuasion (A Dangerous Thing). “The Greeks had gods and goddesses for everything,” Aurora notes. “For anxiety, for wine, for sex… Long ago when this concept of gods and goddesses started they were more human, more relatable, and almost touchable. Most importantly, they had flaws.”
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