“For me, it’s a balance of being soft but energetic at the same time,” says the Cologne-based producer when asked about the meaning behind this new work. A forty-four-minute long album in which, through trust in his decisions and the consequent actions, he has achieved a plausible coherence with which he admits feeling satisfied, even though he is aware of the reactions that he can get from his fans. “I know that there are people who followed my work during the last years who won’t fancy the feel of the record due to its pop appeal. I somehow made music that reflected how I felt by the time and I did my thing even though I wouldn’t do it that way again,” he says.
Having toured the major cities of Europe, highlighting Madrid as one of the epicentres where the validation of his art is concerned, each of the tracks that make up this new album preserves its own unique essence. “It feels like if you had various kids, they are all different but you love them all the same,” he explains about the eight tracks, among which he places special emphasis on Mornings because of the production work. “Hopefully, the track will also fulfil its potential as a sunrise heart melter on a few raves to come,” he adds. We also want to highlight No Cure or Sleep, where Aydo Abay's vocals give voice to sensations and emotions with which it is inevitable to connect deeply. We speak to Stetter to discover all the details of Sky Without Colors.