Kidä is a true polymath, someone capable of drawing together vastly different disciplines into one places.
She’s extremely sought after in all those areas, but music remains a place of exploration and solace in her life.
Incoming EP ‘Burn To Make It Glow’ dances to her own tune, emanating a rare, and precocious form of creative light.
Debut single ‘Kneel On You’ made a deep impression on its release a few weeks ago, psychotropic pop utilising a digital palette.
New single ‘The Garden’ paints with daubs of electronic sound, but Kidä is always careful to impact her own personality.
A song about “the reckless pursuit of growth and goodbyes”, it revels in drawing things to a close.
Says Kidä: “It’s about important endings and the bravery it takes to joyfully explore the afterlife of that…”
Visual artist Luke Jascz works on the video, which transplants the music of Kidä into a startling new realm.
As she puts it: “‘The Garden’ is a place where growth is inevitable and life forges ahead…”
Tune in now.