Princess Diana of Wales

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Under the name lies Laila Sakini who explores a dreamy nature of visions. We close our eyes and suddenly presence blends with absence, imagination with reality, illusion with facts. A story of searching for meanings.

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How do you approach matters of love and an uncertain future? How are your emotions processed during such an event?

A Colourful Storm presents an inquisitive, self-reflective album by Princess Diana of Wales. While the moniker’s origin is ambiguous, its aspirations are not. Feeling closer, questioning intimacy. Longing and forgetting. Venting, validating. Emerging from the dark. What is real and how does it feel?

Diana offers clues but no simple answers. Vocal-led pieces ‘Still Beach’ and ‘Fragments of Blue’ are brittle and intoxicating, contemplating recklessness and unfulfilment of a past life. She studies closeness and, incredulous of the feelings that emerge, wonders if detachment is impermanent. She catalogues these emotions as a series of memories, colors and images.

  1. 1 - Sleet 3:08
  2. 2 - Still Beach 4:56
  3. 3 - Swing 2:33
  4. 4 - Closer 1:30
  5. 5 - Exhaust 2:43
  6. 6 - Fragments of Blue 3:54
  7. 7 - Evaporate 2:23
  8. 8 - Choir Chant 1:58

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Princess Diana of Wales

26,00

only 2 left

  1. 1 - Sleet 3:08
  2. 2 - Still Beach 4:56
  3. 3 - Swing 2:33
  4. 4 - Closer 1:30
  5. 5 - Exhaust 2:43
  6. 6 - Fragments of Blue 3:54
  7. 7 - Evaporate 2:23
  8. 8 - Choir Chant 1:58

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why we love this

Under the name lies Laila Sakini who explores a dreamy nature of visions. We close our eyes and suddenly presence blends with absence, imagination with reality, illusion with facts. A story of searching for meanings.

about the record

How do you approach matters of love and an uncertain future? How are your emotions processed during such an event?

A Colourful Storm presents an inquisitive, self-reflective album by Princess Diana of Wales. While the moniker’s origin is ambiguous, its aspirations are not. Feeling closer, questioning intimacy. Longing and forgetting. Venting, validating. Emerging from the dark. What is real and how does it feel?

Diana offers clues but no simple answers. Vocal-led pieces ‘Still Beach’ and ‘Fragments of Blue’ are brittle and intoxicating, contemplating recklessness and unfulfilment of a past life. She studies closeness and, incredulous of the feelings that emerge, wonders if detachment is impermanent. She catalogues these emotions as a series of memories, colors and images.

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