Accordingly, Blank Manuskript presents a fascinatingly artistic and expressive work of art with the brand-new album 'Krásná Hora'. Based on a social self-experiment, entitled 'The Krasa Hora Sessions', the musicians moved to a farm in the Czech Republic for one week, isolating themselves to deal with questions of the social potential of individuals.
While indie and pop songs - trapped in their shortened radio edits -
often remain on superficial emotional descriptions, Blank Manuskript mercilessly explores the depths of human behavior. Both lyrically and musically, ‘Krásná Hora’ offers over one hour of psychoactive listening for those who want more. Humans among humans, and the actual foundation of human relationships; these are the questions tracked by the band.
In our alienating world, where one is confronted with increasing isolation in spite of enhanced social networks, more and more of us feel the need for a better understanding of life itself. 'Krasna Hora' seems to be the long-awaited, further musical exploration beyond Dark Side of the Moon.
Without a doubt, this is a sonic monolith apart from the threatening
synchronized media machine of today.