Poetic Butterfly Search With Tara Fuki - The duo Tara Fuki is celebrating its 20th anniversary and is releasing a new album Motyle.
For twenty years, Andrea and Dorota have been traveling together, playing, searching and discovering new amazing corners of life, which they imprint on new songs. Each new album by the cello duo Tara Fuki is a rarity and the new one called Motyle is released six years after the last album, Winna. Even now, Tara Fuki remain poetic in their work and their songs, while sounding fragile, have an unprecedented inner strength. Out of the ten songs by Andrey Konstankiewicz and Dorota Barová on the new album Motyle, three are sung in Czech. The album is released on November 13.
The first song and music video that Tara Fuki released was the song Kdyby. To the surprise of many fans, it was in Czech. But Andrea admits that Polish will remain the main language for their songs: "Czech lyrics are always more of an exception in our work, because Polish with its sonic softness gives us bigger wings. However, somehow it came together and there will be three Czech songs on this record." In addition to the song Kdyby, which opens the whole album, there are two final tracks, Dlouhý pád and a slightly untraditional finale, Samoty. It is also unusual to invite a drummer for the recording. A special guest for a number of songs is Miloš Dvořáček: "Inviting Miloš as a guest on the record was a clear and only choice. He has a great talent for sailing into music sensitively and it was a pleasure to cooperate with him in the studio."
Tara Fuki have been preparing for the celebrations of their twenty year anniversary for a long time, and the recording of Motyle is one of the pieces of it. Thanks to the current situation, however, everything took on a different form and time schedule. "Protective measures and the fact that we each live in a different state complicated th....... more