Thai Music Artist, Kawin Kornthong Announces Release of New Album Titled ‘Eros’

The album contains soothing, languidly paced songs with extended instrumental breaks that veer into an ambient music realm.

Bangkok, Thailand 09/22/20 – Sensational Thai songwriter and soundtrack composer, Kawin Kornthong has proudly announced the release of his latest album titled ‘Eros’ on all digital streaming platforms.

The album which contains ten hit tracks, has been getting good growth on Spotify with unique sound. The tracks on the album include: ‘Eros’, ‘Rhythm of Love’, ‘Snow in a Bottle’, ‘Prominence’, ‘Morning Coffee’, ‘Grow Up’, ‘Will It Be Flowers?’, ‘Thanatos’, ‘Please Be Alive’, and ‘Hatred in the World Also Love’.

According to Music Connection Magazine, Kawin’s style and the inspiration behind ‘Eros’ was described as ‘’music that horror and suspense filmmakers will want to check out. This album contains soothing, languidly paced songs with extended instrumental breaks that veer into an ambient music realm. It’s got lots of piano, saxophone, and organ in it, so instrument lovers should enjoy it”.

An unusual and intriguing artist, Kawin’s uniquely breathy, unaccented voice has a gift for effortlessly nailing every note, high or low, except when things go a wee bit sour or sinister.

‘Eros’ is a motion picture soundtrack without a movie, and is designed to be listened from start to finish in one sitting. Please listen for its entirety like watching a film.

To download, stream, and listen to tracks from ‘Eros’, use the links below:


About Kawin Kornthong

Kawin Kornthong is a songwriter and soundtrack composer from Bangkok, Thailand. His music style is said to be ‘Progressive Rock, Ambient, and Jazz’, as evidenced by his recent album ‘Eros’.


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