Saraswati left the band in to pursue her solo career, and Amandia Syachridar took the role as the new vocalist of the band. They perform songs in both Indonesian and English and have produced four studio albums and an EP to date.
The band formed in in Bandung , West Java , Indonesia , with the initial members consisting of Risa Saraswati on lead vocals, Dina Dellyana on keyboards, and Grahadea Kusuf on synth and programming. The band was named after Icelandic pop singer Bjork 's album of the same title. Although they admired Bjork in high school, they avoided trying to resemble her music.
The album mixed trip-hop and downbeat electronic music with angelic vocals during the rise of the electronic dance music EDM scene in Indonesia. On April 2, , the band released their second album, Echoes of the Universe , which marks the beginning of electronic and indie-pop influence in their musical style. In , Saraswati left the band to pursue her solo career and formed her own band, Sarasvati.
The band later went on hiatus. In , Homogenic returned with Amanda Syachridar as the new vocalist, as well as shifting to a full-band format. These changes brought new color to their music, leading to the creation of sweet electronic tunes. The band released their third studio album, Let a Thousand Flowers Bloom , on April 2, , which was described by the band as a transitional process in which their eclecticism came to life in a hail of lush melodies, playful instruments and stuttering beats.
In , the band reunited with Sammaria Simanjutak to produce the soundtrack for the film Demi Ucok for which they contributed its music score; "Get Up and Go" was the first single on this album and was also featured on the Organic Records compilation Radio Killed the TV Star. In , the band released their fourth studio album, which is self-titled and the first to adopt their present name since the band changes their original name two years earlier.
The band released their new single, "When Love Awaits" on 15 November From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Indonesian pop group. Not to be confused with HMGN. This article is about the Indonesian music group formerly known as Homogenic.
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