Tom Vek has released his first album in six years, plus a fancy new “visual hi-fi” music device

Check out 'New Symbols' now.

Tom Vek has released his first album in six years.

‘New Symbols’ – out today, 12th November – arrives alongside news of his new “visual hi-fi” music device, Sleevenote, too.

A press release explains: “With a perfect 1:1 square high resolution display, the 7.5” diagonal tablet-style device brings hi-definition, full fidelity album artwork to digital music. The project’s goal is to find at least 1,000 aficionados around the world to back the Indiegogo and put it into production.”

It adds: “Sleevenote is more than just a device, it is the database of artwork that powers it. Tom and developer Chris have built a platform for designers, labels and superfans to submit art for everyone to enjoy. The database already holds over 1,000 albums, and more are being continually added.”

Priced at £533 (!!!), you can visit his Indiegogo campaign for more information – and check out the album below.

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