Their electrifying 6th studio album is nothing but a manifesto of choice: choosing art, choosing music, choosing self-expression, above any media attempt to flatten individuality. It offers us the antidote against sterile chatting, obsessive mechanization and the excessive culture of hype. “With Airesis we want to spread the antidote through a story set in the labyrinths of the deepest corners of our minds, crossing suburban worlds where pain is expressed through lava tears and freedom claimed through the fiery wings of Icarus. Don’t be the prey – be the hunter!”; says Noemi Aurora.
“It’s like our skies are projecting holographic paradises as cosmic ants eternally keep destroying what they create, like a mechanical Ouroboros. It’s a never-ending game of unmasking lies and revealing the truth”, adds Maxx Maryan. While our world could stop, interrupt connection and vanish in a fraction of a second, the HELALYN FLOWERS gang of survivors stand there strong and give us the key to continue the defibrillation of our souls and remind us once again that “WE” are the choice and nobody else. With their new album, the Italian duo remind us once again of their endless quest in refining their melodic and atmospheric sensibility, while sharpening the clinical steel aggressiveness of their Industrial Metal assaults. From the cinematic cosmic introspection of opening addictive synth pop tune “Halos” to backbeat-grounded futuristic electronic rock of “Some Kind Of Outer Minds” through the dystopian heavy industrial pop anthem “Metropolis Necropolis” and solid electro club-hit single “Suicidal Birds”, the visionaries Noemi Aurora and Maxx Maryan also introduce for the very first time a song sung in their mother tongue, “Rosso Atlantide”, proving to be the first to blend Industrial Metal and Modern Pop under the aegis of the Italian language.