Nadja is now streaming their new piece "Seemannsgarn", should you have missed its debut at Roadburn Redux last Friday. The performance was recorded at The Black Lodge in Berlin, and explores the uncertainty of areas untouched by gentrification.
"Early in 2021, the Black Lodge and Salon Oblique invited us to participate in their series of filmed performances by Berlin artists," said the band. "For this session, we chose to perform a new composition, 'Seemannsgarn', an extended, meditative piece we wrote about a liminal and tranquil green space/urban waterway in our quiet corner of Berlin, now in flux and with an uncertain future, threatened by gentrification and development.”
Nadja will release their new album Luminous Rot on May 21. The album doesn't feature "Seemannsgarn", but still – you should check it out here.