Waterflower is an audio visual journey into the atmospheric, ethereal world of mixed-media artist Sabine Moore. Based in Riga, Latvia, she uses a musical collage of toy sounds, running water, glass beads, calculator beeps, ghostly piano melodies and her sublime vocalisations to create unique song forms. Her meditative music combines influences from the rich tradition of Latvian folk song whilst employing elements of modern pop. In 2015 she released three albums on Under Bed Storage (LV), Jozik (FI) and Liminal Noise (UK).
Described as “heretically devotional and eerily phantasmagorical” by the Quietus, Lost Harbours marry folk themes and song craft with the abstract possibilities of noise and ambient music to create their own vision of psychedelic-folk music.
Since 2008 they have regularly toured throughout Eastern and Western Europe, supporting the likes of Mirrorring, Goodiepal, Nadja, Jessica Bailiff and Boduf Songs, and playing a number of festivals including the Leigh Folk Festival (UK), Tinderbox (UK), Culture Dust (EE) and Shorelines (UK).
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