My Nights on Mars was written and recorded from July to October 2022.
This album is made of only one 41 minutes long track.
The sound is 24bit lossless on platforms that support it.
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And many other streaming platforms.

My nights of Mars are the only thing keeping me sane.
I feel like I'm on a different planet, isolated from the rest of humanity. The harsh, uninviting environment of Mars is a mirror for my own life, and the solitude it represents is both comforting and suffocating.
It's like being stranded on a different planet, surrounded by an uninviting environment. The barren landscape mirrors the emptiness within me. The darkness that surrounds me can be suffocating. I feel like I'm drowning in it, like there's no escape. But even in the depths of my despair, there's a strange beauty to the solitude. It's like I'm the only person left in the universe, and there's a certain peace in that.
I picture the Red Planet as it hangs in the sky like a bloody wound. I imagine what it would be like to stand on the rust-colored surface, surrounded by nothing but barren rocks and swirling dust.
It's a desolate landscape, but there's a beauty in the emptiness that I can't deny. The way the sunlight reflects off the rocks, casting long shadows across the ground. The eerie silence, broken only by the occasional gust of wind. There's a certain peace to it all, a reminder that even in the bleakest of places, there is still beauty to be found.
For now, I'll just sit here, alone with my thoughts, staring up at the starry sky. My nights on Mars may be lonely, but there's a beauty in the sadness, a comfort in the darkness. It's like I'm the only person in the world, and for a moment, that's enough.

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