Today the whole team's united around the release of one of the most anticipated LPs on our schedule - Leena's Labyrinth of the Subconscious which we started back in December with the release of the first single "Vertigo" produced by GENA, one of the most prolific producers in today's wave of Bulgarian beatmakers.
The team split the album and I picked my personal favourite - the psychedelia meets indie pop "Distant Lands". Very underwatery, especially those echoing woodblocks. That, and the beautiful delayed guitar added by another favourite artist Peyotoff. This all takes the r&b notion of the track into a space that's not very typical for the genre, and that's why I love it so much.
On the album, the up-and-coming artist shares,
“The mind is an absolute and infinite labyrinth. The more I dig inside, the more curious I become and the more I know, the more I question. The deeper I get, the endless it seems. You never get out but it is an undeniably magnificent place to explore.
I’ve been on the path of self-awareness for quite some time now and I felt the need to get some of my thoughts out there with this album. I have had a little tour in my brain and have carefully explored some fears, desires, fantasies, and dreams I’ve had. The idea of the album is to represent the deep and chaotic place that the unconscious mind is. The songs are opening different drawers in the mind that explore different topics that weren’t well inspected by the conscious mind.”
Stream on all major platforms here. The album is a 10-track journey, exploring unknown corners of her mind, various emotions, and both the colourful & darker aspects of what happens inside our heads.