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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New York, NY (November 11, 2016– The alluring German string quartet EKLIPSE has teamed up to deliver a truly unique 4-song EP entitled Liberté, Egalité, Sensualité, out today via The End Records.

    Having previously re-imagined hits from acts like Linkin Park, David Bowie, and Kate Bush, EKLIPSE was inspired to re-interpret popular French songs following their 2012 French tour with Nightwish. The country - and particularly Paris - cast a spell over the four girls, challenging EKLIPSE to create an EP that similarly captures the imagination and lights up the senses. Fittingly, Liberté, Egalité, Sensualité arrives on French Armistice Day, celebrating the cessession of hostilities between the Western Front of World World I, a peace hopefully many listeners will enjoy on this EP.

    EKLIPSE is Helena (Cello), Viola (Viola), Miss E. (Violin), and Scarlett (Violin), whose vocals and strings are sure to suprise listeners with a sound as seductive as it is delicate. 

    Liberté, Egalité, Sensualité Official Tracklist
    1. Poupée de cire, poupée de son (Orig. by France Gall) 
    2. Marcia baila (Orig. by Les Rita Mitsouko)
    3. Le vent nous portera (Orig. by Noir Désir)
    4. Clair de lune (Orig. by Claude Debussy)


    To usher in the holiday season, EKLIPSE have also delivered a sensual cover song of "Carol Of The Bells." EKLIPSE decided to tackle their first-ever Christmas cover, a band favorite, whose childhood fondness for this 1914 Christmas classic provided ample room to draw nostalgia throughout the score, with seductive vocals and haunting strings. Listen here!

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