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SkyQode is happy to announce the signing of Moscow electronic project, Requiem4FM!

Formed in 2003 (as Requiem For FM), the band quickly gained local attention with a catchy blend of synthpop, techno and rock elements. They shared the stage with a number of notable acts like !Distain, S.P.O.C.K., Das Ich, Diorama and worked with Sara Noxx, Peer Lebrecht and Sven Wolff (The Dust Of Basement). After releasing two critically acclaimed albums, "kRASH!" (2006) and "Novocaine" (2009), the band went on a hiatus. Now Requiem4FM is returning from a prolonged coma as a solo-project of the band's singer and composer, Dmitry 'e-nke' Tikhonov.


released August 3, 2014

Dmitry 'e-nke' Tikhonov - vocal, programming




skyQode Russia

Independent label established in 2012 to promote new artists in the Synthpop, Electronic Dance, and Industrial genres.

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Track Name: Depart (Single Version)
The sand is running out
It's time to face the truth
I'm dwelling on the pictures
The memories of my youth

The smiles I used to see
The hands I used to hold...
It's time to pack my things
And depart into the cold

Now... my time has come
I'm ready to face the facts
I am left here all alone
So I'm packing my bags 
... packing my bags
... packing my bags

No tears left to cry
No sorries, no regrets and no chances to try

I'm sailing to the next world
drifting away with the wind of that spring
And everything I've ever felt
I'm packing with me
...packing with me

Not afraid of the future
If tomorrow never comes
Not afraid of the future
If tomorrow never comes
Not afraid of the future
If tomorrow never comes
Not afraid of the future
My tomorrow never comes