Taken from her forthcoming album When It Comes which is out on April 29 through Flemish Eye, Dana Gavanski has today shared the video for the opening track on the LP, "I Kiss The Night". The video, directed by Gaia Alari, is made up of 1,700 hand-drawn frames, around 12 drawings per second, creating a beautiful stop motion animation that fits the music perfectly.
"Gavanski sounds at peace, her voice pushing past its limitations to reach a sing-song quality that feels transcendent rather than childish"
– The FADER
“Spending time in Gavanski's world is a breath of fresh air, and we're glad she's let us in again.”
– CBC Music (12 albums you need to hear)
“Lithe baroque pop that distills fuzzied feelings of nostalgia”