The Brotherhood of Sonic Love’s debut album Satellite Heart is out Friday October 4, 2019. The 10 tracks on the album revolve around temptation and denial. They are stories from the down- side of life about the sins of the past and the consequences of unleashing an inner drive for destruc- tion. Front man Asger Westh’s lyrics are saturated by personal struggle and a restless energy and on “Satellite Heart” they are launched upon an ocean of screaming guitars by a band playing with a nervous edge. Stretch your spine rest your bones / In the chapel of lost souls / The demon’s real, the demon’s here / My demon never disappear… (Yesterday’s Drugs) “Satellite Heart” follows up on an appraised EP, a few singles and some years on the Copenhagen underground scene. On the debut, The Brotherhood of Sonic Love continues to refine their love for simple melodies, few chords and straightforward execution, which has become the quintet’s trade- mark. At the same time the band shows a new, more sensitive and quiet side adding more edge to the duality and new layers to the conflict-ridden universe of the songs. Down in the park / Little satellite heart / New adventures / Lurk in the dark / Well known strangers / Former lovers and friends / Secure transmission / They all want the same… (Satellite Heart) Satellite Heart is recorded by the legendary Flemming Rasmussen at Sweet Silence Studios and is mixed and mastered by Frederik Brandt Jakobsen at Hikikomori. The album will be available on all digital platforms and vinyls are distributed in Germany through Cargo Records and the rest of Europe via Sound Effect Records and Motljud.com.