Divine Schism presents: Bell Lungs & Milkweed
Divine Schism presents a night of live music to celebrate the opening of Monica Sjöö: The Great Cosmic Mother. Join us on the 17 November for the lush vocal harmonies, pop ballads, and faux lost ethnographic field recordings of Bell Lungs, with support from Milkweed.
About the artists
Bell Lungs (the moniker of Scottish-Turkish vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and composer Ceylan Hay) is a conduit of the emotions, dragging open the lid of her sonic tool box to create loop-based, evolving music which carries the listener from one state to another. Live sets often involve layers of lush vocal harmonies, shrieks and babbling, ambient drones, pop ballads, juddering noise, and faux lost ethnographic field recordings created before your very ears, pulled from strings, keys, woodwinds, analogue electronics and tuned percussion.
Milkweed are a slacker trad project with a focus on reworking esoteric text. Their previous projects have dealt with Welsh legends and Danish Bronze Age burial mounds. They have now moved on to a new, not yet announced, work which they will be playing at all upcoming shows.
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