Following the release of the first two singles "Golden" and "Seltsam" which made it into the German Alternative Charts (DAC), and the cover EP "Vierklangdimensionen" the German synthpop duo Loewenhertz are going to release their much-anticipated third album "Traumfaenger" (Dreamcatcher). In doing so, the band offers again a wide range of synth and electro pop songs alternating between German and English lyrics as done on the previous albums. Spheric, from melancholy to powerful, with a very crisp production and refined by singer Alex' pleasantly warm voice the album proverbially tempts the listeners to try to catch their own dreams while listening to the music. With "Traumfaenger" Loewenhertz continue consistently along their very own path towards perfect synthpop music: danceable, expressive, not overly blatant and equipped with content and depth sneaking easily into the listeners' souls with musical playfulness. As a special bonus, the physical album copy does not only present the ten official album tracks but also includes the EP "Vierklangdimensionen" which has only been available in digital form so far, featuring four excellent over versions: "Dreiklangdimensionen" (Rheingold), "Wenn der Mond die Sonne berührt" (Hubert Kah), "Leuchturm" (Nena) and "Elisabeth" (Snäp).