The song is a taste of their forthcoming LP out this summer via Italians Do It Better. Grab it here.
"Inspired by their love of early 1980’s Soviet Pop & Brutalist Architecture, the trio employs the mechanized action of motoric rhythm machines, vintage synthesizers, and Post-punk bass lines to put their spin on classic New Wave. Masha Zinevitch lights the rain soaked streets of Minsk with her contralto swoon in a post-soviet reality of fear, love and rebellion. "
"This song is about a character, who managed to break into the world they don’t belong in. They managed to lead a whole life and inspire other people to do things they’d always been afraid of. Love and rebellion are an integral part of this journey."
The video was directed by Begi Bratan. Watch it below.