World Refugee Day

Dlina Volny joins Cultural Rhythms music stage

Dlina Volny joins Cultural Rhythms music stage

DLINA VOLNY is a post-punk/new wave/brut-pop trio from Minsk, Belarus, now based in Lithuania. It translates into the English word “Wavelength.” Their name is a homage to their fascination with sine waves & the physics of sound.

At the end of 2021, the band released their second album, DAZED, and are now working on their third LP. The Belarusian trio’s sophomore album Dazed is a self-proclaimed “Love Thriller”. Mixed by Dean Hurley, frequent David Lynch collaborator & producer, the record is gorgeous. Elegant synthesis is flanked by the brut low end of the rhythm section. The instruments set the stage for contralto vocals that hover like a warm fog on a chilly night.

The album balances mystical narratives & dreamlike fantasies sourced deep in the trio’s subconscious. Walking the tightrope that separates pain & euphoria, the lyrics wrestle with polarity. Anxiety vs passion, & hope vs the deep despair that surrounds negative space.

Aesthetically, Dazed encompasses 1980s Estrada Pop & the 1970s brutalist architecture that pierces the Minsk sky.

On 20th of June from 6 PM celebrate World Refugee Day together at the open-air music festival in Kūdrų Park.

The event is free and open to all.

Ministry of Social Security and Labour of the Republic of Lithuania
Arts Agency ARTSCAPE

United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR)
Refugee Reception Centre
International Cities of Refuge Network (ICORN)

The project is co-funded by the European Union.

June 13, 2023