Children of the Stones - "Save for Me" (video) (Premiere)

by PopMatters Staff

28 May 2014

Mark Van Hoen's Children of the Stones are back again with yet another 2014 release, revealing a trippier, moodier side on "Save for Me".
 

Earlier this year, PopMatters premiered the first new work by Children of the Stones, a project spearheaded by electronic music impresario Mark Van Hoen (Locust, Black Hearted Brother) and collaborator Martin Maeers. Coming on the heels of an introductory EP and a debut full-length The Stars and the Silence, Children of the Stones is releasing yet another EP on 3 June, MCM (Saint Marie). Premiering here on PopMatters, the MCM track “Save for Me” showcases the trippier and moodier side of the duo’s electro sound.

  

 

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