“Northern blue”, that’s the name of the first album by Elias Feys (20). He has been fascinated by music since childhood. Now he’s trying to break through with his piano and find his way in the music world.
The sky is the limit
I released “Northern Blue” last week. My very first album. It’s neoclassical music. I strive to create music like if I would be the Beethoven of the 21st century. My dream is to really break through, to fill concert halls and to live from my music. When I play my piano I feel so good and passionate.
From generation to generation
I noticed very quickly that music is my passion. As a child, I had many hobbies. I used to play soccer with my friends. That was fun, but I still feel most at home at my piano. It’s also clear that I have acquired a different taste in music. Where other children were singing along loudly to Samson and Gert, I was already listening to obscure post-rock from Iceland. That’s because my parents were always into music. So you could say that making music is in our blood. My parents also support me in my whole adventure. For example, my dad helped me look for a studio to record my album.
Where other children were singing along loudly to Samson and Gert, I was already listening to obscure post-rock from Iceland.Elias Feys
Good is not good enough
I’m not going to go straight to a record company with my first album. The reason is very simple: I think I can do even better. I think my next album is going to be really great. It’s actually funny because I’m nonchalant in all areas, but when it comes to my music it has to be really perfect. Sometimes I’m completely dissatisfied with my own music while my friends think it sounds amazing.
I’m well aware of the fact that’s very hard to break through in the music world. If my music is not a success, I will continue my studies. I would like to get a Master’s degree in languages. Especially Scandinavian languages attract me, like Norwegian or Swedish. But plan A is and remains enchanting people with my compositions and make a living out of my music.