It’s a good thing Peter Rosenberg is a music critic, because his new album is a great thing.
Perpetually Night, a collection of tunes from his catalog of music, hits stores on February 23.
The band’s debut full-length is an upbeat, dance-filled, and sometimes downright dance-oriented affair that is not only catchy, but also fun to listen to.
Rosenberg says that while this is a record for fans of music that is danceable and lighthearted, the album is also a record about how art, technology, and music have been used to make art more powerful.
Perry was asked by MTV News what inspired him to revisit his past musical pursuits.
He replied, “I have this love of the way music was used as a way of communicating and connecting with others.
I grew up listening to this stuff.
My friends used to sing it and dance to it.
I have this appreciation for that stuff.
And then it came to my ears.
It was a big, huge part of my life.
I can’t really say what my feelings were about the way people were able to connect with this stuff and that it was just the greatest thing in the world.
But it just became my passion and it has been my music for so long.”
Perry, who has been performing as Perry at festivals and events since the late 1990s, also says that the record is a tribute to the music of the 20th century.
He says, “Perpetuum is a piece of music I think that everybody can relate to and appreciate.
It’s not just pop music.
It is the music you’re listening to, the music that your friends are singing to you, the song you’re reading to your kids.
I think people will appreciate it as much as I do.
I hope it becomes a part of their lives.”
Perpetuous Night is available on iTunes and on Spotify.
Listen to a preview of “Permian Night” below.