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Pallett Releases ‘Endless Ending’

Rouzbeh Esfandarmaz : We see electronic ambience as a tool, enabling us to achieve diversity and flexibility
Pallett  Releases ‘Endless Ending’
Pallett  Releases ‘Endless Ending’

Iranian music band Pallett has released a new collection titled ‘Endless Ending.’

It is the third collection by the avant-garde and innovative band, which includes additional videos and pictures from their most popular live shows, backstage photos and pictorial reports on production procedures during the past five years, ILNA reported.

Pallett was established in 2009. In July 2012, it performed its first concert at Tehran’s Mohsen Gallery, and in September released their first album ‘Mr. Violet.’ Their second album was released in 2015 and is titled ‘Tehran, Smile!’

The third one, however, is not considered an album but an Extended Play (EP), with only five tracks including three previously published online but remixed now with new arrangements. So there are only two fresh tracks in Endless Ending: ‘Sedayam Kon’ (Call Me) and ‘Leyli Jan.’

According to Omid Nemati, vocalist of the band, Pallett limited the new tracks to maintain the quality.

Leader of the band Rouzbeh Esfandarmaz who plays wind instruments spoke of the new album which follows the mood and atmosphere of the two newly introduced tracks. “We have always performed acoustic music, but for our third album, we have introduced electronic instruments.

We still can promise our fans that even the electronic music will be ‘Pallettic.’ We will also preserve the acoustic backbone of our works. In fact, we see electronic ambience as a tool, enabling us to achieve diversity and flexibility.”

Endless Ending is produced by Ehsan Rasoulof who was the producer of their second album.

The album is brought out by Noufe Music Publication firm based in Tehran and the distributor is Honar-Aval, a company with several branches across the country. Digital edition is available at, a Persian music streaming website with an application named Ritmo for the purpose.

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