A fictional character called Lia is at the heart of the LP, out September 11th via RVNG Intl.
The Colombian experimental artist has published a video for the album's first single, "Disuelta," directed by Pedro Maia. While her previous LP, 2018's Anticlines, was inspired by Dalt's work as a geotechnical engineer, her new album has a fictional character named Lia at its heart. RVNG says that No Era Sólida is the "interrogation room where Dalt and Lia meet: a suspended auditory illusion guided by subconscious murmurs, cosmic oscillations and unpredictable percussion."
As part of RVNG's COME! MEND! initiative, some of the album's proceeds will go towards Tierra Digna, an organisation that supports Colombian communities affected by economic policies that violate human rights and devastate the environment.
Read Maya-Roisin Slater's 2018 interview with Lucrecia Dalt.
Watch Pedro Maia's video "Disuelta."
03. Coatlicue S.
04. Ser Boca
10. No Era Sólida
RVNG Intl will release No Era Sólida on September 11th, 2020.
Photo credit: Camille Blake