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Remember Your Name

The Sky and The Stone

IF-78
Release Notes
  • Poetic Russian word and chilling funeral chants
  • For fans of Neoclassic and Romance Songs, Moon Far Away, Flёur, Caprice, Majdanek Waltz, Corde Oblique
  • CD in solid digipak

Fix your attention to the physical embodiment of a new album by the remarkable Russian band, which could be translated as “Remember Your Name”. The album “The Sky and The Stone” contains ten songs – one song more than the digital version of the album.

In this release, one song is based on the poem of S. Yesenin, but the texts of five songs were written by vocalist Ksenia Fandeeva! Moreover, you will find the songs accompanying poems by Eduardo Carranza, Robert Rozhdestvensky, Dmitry Kachmar, and Vladimir Vysotsky.

“Pomni Imya Svoye – it is a bizarre and melodious song, sad and anxious, hysterical and almost hopeless. It is a living Russian word, as native and clear, deep and simple, as life itself. I hear the groan of the field. It sings how people lived and died on this earth, how they loved and betrayed. Born again and again dying. Dying to be born and born to die.

I hear the voice of the wind. It is the whisper and laughter of generations. They mingled and sounded in my ears, like a cry of joy and a cry of pain. This is a song in which I recognize myself.”