A familiar name in the Erased Tapes family, Anne Müller has performed and collaborated with the likes of Nils Frahm, Lubomyr Melnyk, Ólafur Arnalds and many more. But the Berlin based cellist and composer hasn’t yet released under her own name and finally a solo debut is on the way. Entitled Heliopause, the record takes its name from the theoretical boundary to interstellar space and Müller’s interest coincides with two voyagers recently crossing the Heliopause, having been sent on an exploratory mission 42 years ago, nearly the same age as her. Like this unprecedented event into uncharted territory, and as the label puts it, “Heliopause marks the end of a long journey but also the start of voyages to explore strange new worlds”.
Müller is giving us a glimpse of the album with the compelling lead single ‘Nummer 2’, which is the second piece she ever wrote. Take a listen below.
Heliopause is out on November 22nd through Erased Tapes