"State of Art" by Mister Sir at Sunset Hits Stores on September 10th

Don Lichterman announces street date for the Mister Sir single.

Cherry Hill, NJ, August 13, 2019 --(PR.com)-- "State of Art," the new album by Mister Sir, is about an alien who was traveling to a Planet of Ancestors (called Genea), but accidentally stopped on Earth (to be more exact, in Russia of the nearest future).

"The whole album is about a dude who travels through the space to find a new better place to live," says Don Lichterman, the head of Sunset.

Eventually he met some girl and at the moment his skin changes color to green for a while. Chameleons have this effect too: they change their skin color to green to semaphore some creature that they are conspecifics. That time his alien essence began to show. That scared him a lot and he started to find out what was going on.

A song "State of art" is right about a birth of this primary essence of the main character. Living among humans, he almost lost himself, almost forgot about who he is and even almost became a different creature. But meeting his conspecifics helped him bringing back his primary "essence."

"This could be a metaphor to an art," says Anton Serov of Mister Sir. "If you carry some idea for a piece of art and you love and feel this idea, you could not hide it forever. One day you'll remember it again, it will capture the whole mind and the best way is to implement this idea somehow, bring it to life."
Sunset Corp. of America (SCA)
Rajat J. Fareed