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“Heaving”, a vivid audiobiography

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“Heaving” is the first musical departure from Lucy Kruger & The Lost Boys’ recent tape series. The album is a vivid, visceral, and unbounded exploration of sonic storytelling. Relying on the idea articulated by poet and essayist Anne Carson that “Every sound we make is a bit of autobiography. It has a totally private interior yet its trajectory is public. A piece of inside projected to the outside”, Kruger dove into the composition process through performance, rather than with the pen. The album offered the artist and hopes to offer the audience, a coming home to the body through a physical relationship to sound.

Lucy Kruger & The Lost Boys is an art pop noise project fronted by Berlin-based/South African born musician, Lucy Kruger.

Order “Heaving” here

Artwork header by Julia Schimautz / DTAN – with photography by Francis Broek.

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