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We Will Kaleid ‘The Hurt’ : Virile adoration for the wit and irony of lust and sanctity.

We Will Kaleid / Photo: Johanna Besseling

Jasmina de Boer and Lukas Streich continue to strive further into their own sonority, carving it with reductive, yet multifarious fragments of beats and vocals, digitally enhanced and perched on a foundation of analog synthesizer fragments. We Will Kaleid create inebriating atmospheres by arranging these minimalist sound materials into dense and deliberate structures.

Said the band: “The song is about the inability to walk away from self-destructive patterns in order to make change possible, because there is always comfort in the things we know.”

In dense electronic songs they prefer direct confrontation over mediation. All of the pleasures of visceral antithesis. The grating penetration of profound countenance and deliverance.

Complex and simple; analogous but penetrating, the experimental/art Pop duo offers ‘The Hurt’ in a non-obtrusively decadent array of surly decadence and virile adoration for the wit and irony of lust and sanctity.

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