Kedr Livanskiy has announced a new album, ‘Liminal Soul’, and shared the single 'Stars Light Up', taken from the forthcoming LP which arrives on 1st October via 2MR.
The Russian artist has also unveiled a video to support the track, directed by Moscow's Sergey Kostromin.
"White-hipped roof vaults - antique arches, but with a Slavic tint. This place is very personal to me. I feel the connection of antiquity, with those times when people turned their gaze to the sky in search of answers to their questions, in order to feel some kind of otherworldly energy and strength," Livanskiy said of the video.
"‘Look at the sky’ is sung in the song, urging people of our time not to lose contact with heaven - not necessarily in a religious sense, but rather a broader metaphysical one," she continued. “Urban being and intuitive organic life are inseparable within a man. That’s the boundary I intended to discover, an archaic pulse inside modern people.”
Producer Flaty and avant-electronic group Synecdoche Montauk have also contributed to the album. In addition to the release, Livanskiy has confirmed a London show for later this year, hitting Studio 9294 on 25th November. More dates are expected to be announced in the coming weeks. Listen back to her On Cue mix from 2019 here.
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