Eddna, along with befriended performers, is celebrating at the Kuppelhalle the release of her debut album Cut in Half (on NIA Records on July 28)
Cut in Half
Cut in two parts, like the moon in motion, the experimental popfolk album guides the listener through the story of a woman, of many women, many personas and voices – mythical, dreamlike and real. They wander through emotional landscapes, confronted with the forces of nature that shaped them, swaying like waves in geometrical tides, dandled by oscillating ebbs of delusion and flows of dreamlike illusion, burning and flourishing in blue lagoons and finally finding rest on lyrical islands. In an elemental mess of constructed and deconstructed sounds, the warmth of the organ, yearning vocals, playful flutes and bloodcurdling basses, their words and stories resonate.
Koto player Ritsuko Takeyama will open the night.
The Icelandic Choir of Berlin and others will join Eddna on stage.
Friday, August 4
Doors: 7 pm / Start: 8 pm