L-R - Aleksi Mäkelä (guitar), Mikko Kujanpää (keyboard), Johanna Ahonen (vocals), Eemeli Timonen (drums), Aapo Timonen (bass)
Photo Credit – Markus Soini
The latest single from Finnish group MEMOREMAINS “Turn” is now available as of October 31, 2018. With a highlight on keyboard elements, it’s a hybrid of progressive metal with a touch of a synth pop feeling. It is heavy yet soothing; dark, yet dancy.
Mixing heavy symphonic metal, disco and pop elements, in the two years since their conception, MEMOREMAINS have created a recognizable sound that stands apart from similar artists in the genre. The solid balance between the vocals and instruments form a multilayered approach that enhances the various melodies and compliments the deeper complexities of the track.
The band's music video in support of the single is a juxtaposition of an epic and fun chorus set against a hopeless backdrop illustrating the desperation in their lyrics. Expanding on those lyrics, vocalist Johanna explains:
“They come from everyday situations combined to a profound theme. It’s hard to say one thing, but when I start to write, I usually get the idea from discussions with other people. As well the idea can pop up from the news. When I begin to write, the structure of the song is normally ready, so, the ambiance of the music can also inspire.”
The single was produced and mixed by Atte O. Pohjonen; mastered by Samu Oittinen with the artwork and music video done by Riku-Pekka Lappalainen.
With an EP under their belts, along with several singles, MEMOREMAINS is a band to watch for as they are currently delving into touring plans and creating more music.
“TURN” music video can be viewed at
And available on Spotify, Deezer.
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Memoremains is a mixture of pop elements, disco and heavy, symphonic metal. Memoremains was formed 2016 in Seinäjoki, Finland. Since then they have released six singles and four track EP "Louder". Two of the songs "Ballerina" and "Time Is Running Out" were released with a music video. Considering they have yet to play any gigs yet they have already garnered many fans all around the world. Memoremains look forward to touring late in 2018. While their influences echo clearly throughout their music, they do bring something new, creative and refreshing.
2018 Louder (EP)
2017 Take Me (Single)
2017 Radio (Single)
2017 Ballerina (Single & music video)
2017 Visions (Single)
2017 Pain Is Gone (Single)
2016 We’re Not Alone (Single)