“Sumrak” is a clear-cut melancholic record, with a dash of fatalism, which combines English and Bulgarian singing and lyrics in a way that the words often duel with the music.

It’s also a rarity to hear something from this side of the planet which echoes Zola Jesus, Emma Ruth Rundle and Chelsea Wolfe’s emotional pallet.

This ain’t a colourful album, it’s pitch black even if the title (‘sumrak’ means ‘twilight’ in Bulgarian) suggest that after all, there’s a way out.

Stream “Sumrak” LP on Bandcamp.

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