In September 2014 Nosound got a once in a lifetime chance to play an exclusive invite-only gig at Mount Teide Space Observatory (2390m), as part of Starmus Festival. This unique international astronomy festival was to bring together an array of musical talent from European opera legend Katerina Mina and the legendary Rick Wakeman and leading figures in contemporary science with talks from the likes of Brian May, Nobel Prize winners and cosmonauts with the Keynote speech given by Professor Stephen Hawking.
It was here that Nosound recorded their CD/DVD release ‘Teide 2390’. Performed and recorded at Starmus infront of an invited audience at an altitude of 2390m the band played songs from their 2005 debut ‘Sol29’, 2008’s ‘Lightdark’, 2009’s ‘A Sense Of Loss’ as well as their most recent album ‘Afterthoughts’.
‘Teide 2390’ features an audio CD of the full set clocking in at over 70 minutes. The DVD-A/V includes standard & HD both in stereo & 5.1 mix.
DVD: stereo 24/48 LPCM, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround, DTS 24/96 5.1 Surround plus a short film based on Nosound gig, including performances of In My Fears, Fading Silently, Places Remained, Kites, Cold Afterall, plus behind the scenes footage and pictures from the event.