• 23/06/2024 20:30

House of false mirrors: what became the basis of Yulia Yurina’s 2nd album

The star of new Ukrainian music Yulia Yurina has released her second studio album, “House of False Mirrors.” Created in the pop-rock style, it has 8 tracks, the first of which, “Nuclear Summer,” sets a reflective tone, writes WomanEL.

The words to the songs were written by the singer herself, the author of the music and sound producer of the album was Sergei Soroka (Cheese ). All guitar parts of the album were recorded by Latexfauna guitarist Ilya Sluchanko, and the bass part by Alexey Rudenko. The compositions were created by sound engineer Konstantin Puga (O. Torvald).

Yulia Yurina released her second studio album “House of False Mirrors”. Source: Instagram

According to Yulia, this was a completely new format for creating music and melody, a new genre. Ever since childhood, since um in 2007, the future star dreamed of making a rock album.

We gathered at Sir's house, where we later recorded all the parts. Many talked, shared ideas to understand each other musically, and got to work. I'm proud of what we accomplished. Cheese created a new sound for me,

the singer shared.

We decided to take rock music of the late 90s – early 2000s as the basis for the album. Back then it was popular to use electronic drums, drum breaks, samples, etc. In particular, we were inspired by the music of Smashing Pumpkins, Primal Scream, Garbage, Marilyn Manson and some songs by Lenny Kravitz.

You can listen to Yulia Yurina’s album “House of False Mirrors” at the link. And on May 18, the Beletage club will host a presentation of the new album.

Previously, Alena Omargalieva released a song about a difficult stage in marriage.

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