Greek artist Theodore doesn’t fit into one box; he’s a dynamic multi-instrumentalist, composer, and performer who fuses electronic elements with classical composition methods. His creations are beautifully atmospheric and often cinematic, universally characterized by the contrasts in electronic, alternative rock and classical music. His 2016 debut album It Is But It’s Not was well received where Theodore played piano, guitar, synthesizer and glockenspiel, while his bandmates added rock instrumentation alongside an elegant string selection. The album was written and arranged by Theodore and co-produced by Clive Martin (Queen, Reef) and mixed by Ken Thomas (Moby, M83). Theodore has supported Sigur Rós, performed at the Reeperbahn Festival in Hamburg, Eurosonic Noorderslag in Groningen, toured Spain, Germany, France and the UK and is set to perform at SXSW next month. “Towards? (For What Is To Come)” is the first taste of his upcoming album via United We Fly and according to Theodore, the song is the initial question he will explore throughout the album. It’s about the two different sides of one’s personality; the conscious and the magical one and inspired by the battle between them.