Kaleida ‘Long Noon’ : Another dimension. Another slice of dawn. Another arching fold of reality in fantasy.


Off of the new album ‘Odyssey’ (August 28th), the always perniciously gorgeous longings of Kaleida, prevails in convincing us of another dimension – another slice of dawn – another arching fold of reality in fantasy.

‘Long Noon’ is as powerful as it is haunting and sets the tone for the album; bridging the gap between song and soundscape: “We imagined the central image of this song to be when the sun is at its peak and there is no shade – when you can’t hide from your shadow, and others are waiting on you to take a step of transformation.”

‘Odyssey’, the follow up to 2017’s debut ‘Tear The Roots’ is an 8-track collection documenting the pairs’ journeys over the past 3 years, made after a period of Cicely and Christina living respectively in the UK and US, whilst both starting families. It is a body of work brimming with irresistible melodies and a musical point of view distinctly their own that has already built Kaleida a large and dedicated global fanbase.

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Out tomorrow ♾ LONG NOON . . . . Artwork by @matmaitland

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