Stream Jean Michel Jarre’s long-awaited ‘Equinoxe Infinity,’ an invitation to contemplate the future of mankind
Jean-Michel Jarre finally released Equinoxe Infinity, the sequel to his fourth studio album, Equinoxe, released forty years ago. Teasing the album with, “Robot’s Don’t Cry,” the French luminary showcases the cross-section between synth masterwork and dynamic instrumentation that would construct the narrative of the project. The aim of Equinoxe Infinity is to musically explore the contrasts and harmonies between human and machine. Listeners are urged to close their eyes, turn off the lights, and allow the music to take the mind on a journey of their own understanding.
The French producer and composer crafted ten movements to the sonic journey that dynamically flow throughout the LP. Jarre told Billboard the project is about humanity’s uncertain future and the roll machines play with the roll of humanity. Equinoxe Infinity marks the twenty fourth studio album from the prolific composer who played its prequel in front of over one million people at the Place de la Concorde in Paris, one of the largest concerts in history. Stream Jean-Michel Jarre’s long awaited Equinoxe Infinity below.