On March 11th, 2022, Theodore, the alternative-electro artist and producer hailing from Athens, shares his fourth studio album ‘The Voyage’ via United We Fly Records. The six-track album features singles ‘Voyage’, ‘Frame Of Reference’, Man And His Tools’ and three brand new tracks. 

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‘The Voyage’ delivers a collection of songs that seamlessly combine exquisite classical and electronic elements with more complex sound experimentations. As the stirring ethereal atmosphere builds, lyrically Theodore explores the voyage to the unknown. Venturing to areas that go beyond the limits of human knowledge, with the focus not on the destination but on the process of the journey and what you leave behind.

Theodore said “This album was strongly influenced by sci-fi culture both from a cinematic and discography point of view, specifically 2001: a space Odyssey. I composed the new material while exploring the idea of the transcendence of humanity. The main hero, who represents the human race, feels forced to leave his home; planet Earth and his constants and values behind, in order to begin a spiritual escape journey.

Growing up in Greece had a huge impact on Theodore’s songwriting, the artist’s lyrics reflect on philosophical quests and themes inspired by ancient Greek philosophers such as Plato and Aristotle. This combined with a love of Sci-Fi culture from literature, cinema and music continue to shape the music he creates today. Citing his musical influences as a heady mix of artists and bands such as Pink Floyd, Radiohead, Bon Iver and The Cinematic Orchestra. As well as composers such as Steve Reich, Max Richter and Vangelis.

Theodore’s releases to date have received critical acclaim from the likes of BBC Radio 6, Vice, Wonderland, Atwood, NPR Music and Gigwise. Collectively his songs have amassed over 328k streams on Spotify alone and accumulated 6.75k YouTube subscribers across his channel. The talented songwriter and performer has played and headlined a host of live shows across Europe since 2014. He’s supported the likes of Amber Run and Stereolab as well as played the Reeperbahn festival in Hamburg and performed at SXSW where he was picked as NPR Music’s ‘Favorite Discoveries And Memorable Moments’. Theodore has also played the stages of The New Colossus Festival in New York and Berlin and in 2019 performed more than 40 headline gigs across Europe and the US. The final show of the tour was an exclusive concert on Bob Boilen’s world-renowned Tiny Desk.

Theodore releases his conceptual space-themed album, titled ‘The Voyage’ in 2022.


  1. Man and His Tools, 
  2. Last Day On Earth, 
  3. Frame of Reference, 
  4. Inertia, 
  5. Voyage, 
  6. Transcendence of Man

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Praise For Theodore 

From the first note, the artist’s consuming production rings out and an other-worldly cinematic soundscape forms, as the listener is instantly hypnotised and transported into a relaxing trance – Wonderland

“Man and His Tools” is a mesmerizing deep-dive into the self. Full of hypnotic drive, alternative angst, and intimate energy – Atwood Magazine 

“Defining the present and the future of domestic music” – Vice Greece

“There’s something kind of magic about him”

NPR’s ‘All Songs Considered’ Podcast by Robin Hilton & Bob Boilen

“In contrast to their recorded output which ebbs and flows between soaring cinematic atmospheres and tender classical, bleak atmospheres, they’ve gone full pelt (live).”- Gigwise

“Theodore – one of my most exciting discoveries”

BBC Radio 6 Music – Lauren Laverne


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