Duo Kaleida has been diligently turning heads with their ethereal, stripped down style of electronic pop ever since they debuted their single “Think” a few years back. Almost like a siren, Christina Wood commands listeners with her powerful voice atop Cicely Goulder's organic keyboard and production work. Since they first debuted that first EP, Kaleida has been featured musically in movies like John Wick and in the recent Atomic Blonde, gaining more fans with their cinematic approach. This September will finally see the duo releasing a debut full length titled Tear The Roots.
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To date, the Kaleida ladies have shared a couple singles from the forthcoming album, including a haunting cover of the German classic “99 Luftballons,” as well as their recent second single “Meter.” Inspired by a mutual love for Nordic elements, Wood and Goulder have brought their best sounds to their new singles. Here we see “Meter” given a remix by producer Mr. Dan (aka Dan Carey), who's worked with artists like Bat For Lashes and Kate Tempest. Leaning on more tech-inspired beats and glitchy accents, Mr. Dan's “Meter” remix makes for a groovy, yet cerebral listen. Listen above and look for Kaleida's album September 15th via Lex Records, available for pre-order here.