Star Goes Nova gives a persona to the most alive entity in our solar system, our planet Earth. Earth is a vibrant being, always with us and increasingly in pain. Electronica infused with influences of The Cult, Bono and Bowie weave an outcry to see all the powerful ways Earth is trying to reach us.
Star Goes Nova’s signature dubstep beat, ethereal synthesizers and Charles Law’s progressive rock electric guitar becomes the voice of Earth crying out that a real climate solution begins with appreciating what is right outside the window.
The Smashing Pumpkins-esque sound is eclectic and intriguing and leaves the ear wanting more.
Inspired by the environmental personhood movement and the rivers that have been granted legal rights as a person (Whanganui River, Klamath River, Lake Erie, Bolivia’s Law of Rights of Mother Earth and more), Star Goes Nova brings us the plea from the personhood of Earth for acknowledgement and love.