The inventive and all around proficient musician Martin Stimming is set to drop his fourth landmark album, Alpe Lusia, on April 29 via Hamburg-based imprint Diynamic. Retreating to the Italian Alps, after which the album is named, for a month in isolation, Stimming made use of his technical production prowess, classical training, and avid field recording methods to craft a genuine and sterling ten-track LP with a truly brazen and adventurous spirit. When commenting on the new album, Stimming said: “I wanted to create something of my own, a journey that – apart from the basic house formula – orientates itself as little as possible on contemporary influences.”

Ahead of the album’s release, Stimming has thoughtfully given us the chance to host a stream of his LP cut “Trains Of Hope.” a Starting off with rolling background thunder that looms alongside rippling strings and bells, “Trains Of Hope” progresses into an inflorescent, bouncing tune with a gentle aura and steadfast beat which gives the track considerable movement.

You can stream “Trains Of Hope” below. Be sure to check out more from Stimming by visiting his SoundCloud page here.