Releasing their new album that is politically and socially fuelled, prog rock band Fascination Curve explores new sounds and honest lyrics through Corona Time in Amerika which was released earlier this year.
This explosive album is perfectly designed for anyone who likes the works of bands like Pink Floyd, Stevie Wonder and Frank Zappa. Reflecting on some of the most turbulent times our world has seen in recent history, Corona Time in Amerika is flooded with a progressive rock sound and distortion.
“The album comes from a long-standing concern about racism in all its forms, and the fact that the
lives of my two mixed-race daughters changed the moment Trump was elected.” Says Karl
Lundeberg, who happens to be the mastermind behind the rising prop rock group Fascination Curve. “In a time of separation, the band was brought together by social unrest. The album takes on the subjects of Ukraine, Roe vs Wade, racism, and the continuing drift towards Civil War.”
Founder and leader of Fascination Curve, Lundeberg leads this vision as he has a passion for all things politics which was influenced by his upbringing. Lundeberg was born in Washington DC and raised against the backdrop of the 1968 Civil Rights Riots. His parents were members of the first completely racially integrated church in DC whose minister was a colleague of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr and participated in the Selma Alabamaprotests.
Lundebergs work now reflects some of the artists that went on to being great songwriters such as John Lennon and Stevie Wonder. The art in their works reflected the world around them and acted as messages of hope, peace and change.
“Karl Lundeberg always leads a somewhat daring musical anthropological expedition…and does it
with both sensitivity and authority” – New York Daily News
The new album Corona Time in Amerika by Fascination Curve is now available on all streaming sites including Spotify and Apple Music.