Last year, Dlina Volny produced a digital work for Pop-Kultur with »Tomorrow«: a mystery thriller short film. Now the band from Minsk comes to the analogue stage to play their cold-wave songs, which always seem to resemble David Lynch films, and not merely because they were mixed by Lynch’s producer Dean Hurley. Eastern European post-punk collides with Western synth-wave to the cool voice of Masha Zinevitch. The lyrics of the Belarusian band dance on the fine line between pain and euphoria, fear and passion, hope and deep despair. They themselves have also been through emotional upheavals: after the protests against the Belarusian government were suppressed, the band left their homeland and are currently living in exile in Vilnius.
Supported by Initiative Musik gemeinnützige Projektgesellschaft mbH with project funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media (BKM) as part of Pop-Kultur Inter:national / Postmigrant Perspectives.