Yesterday’s Tomorrow

Yesterday's Tomorrow
Yesterday’s Tomorrow

The brand-new, twelve-song release of French steampunk band Victor Sierra does not disappoint and is a fabulous addition to steampunk music.

With their mix of rock, EBM, ethnic influences and multilingual vocals, Victor Sierra delivers another great album and proves they are an original band, not just in the steampunk scene, but in general.

Although the band is French, they also sing in German, English and Spanish, which adds detail and flavor to their musical storytelling without breaking the coherence in their style and album lineup of the songs.

Speaking of said lineup, the songs are thus organized that you can either play the album in the right order so to speak or set it on shuffle and regardless of which choice you make you will maintain a coherent total of songs that differ from one another, not only by language but also of the tone, setting and core arrangements.

The attention for detail the band has for their work is astounding and a tribute to their skill and professionalism.

Yesterday’s Tomorrow is a fantastic album that, thanks to its diversity, never bores and has all the makings of a timeless steampunk classic.

2 Replies

  • Hi Hilde !
    Thank you so much for these words… It helps and supports tons. It means a lot to us, especially when the words come from someone talented and open-minded like you.
    I wish we’ll have some time to talk and have a couple of glasses (beer, wine, champagne, soda, whatever… lol) this summer…
    Thank you so much, I really mean it… I wish you all the best, for you and all yours…
    Love, hope and hug !

    Victor Sierra’s Big Machine

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