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Album artwork for Severant by Kuedo

We are excited to reissue Kuedo's classic 2011 album 'Severant' on double vinyl for the first time, and with a bonus track 'Work, Live & Sleep In Collapsing Space'. The cover artwork has been redesigned by Raf Rennie (Who also designed Kuedo's recent album on Brainfeeder, Infinite Window). In terms of feeling, ‘Severant’ explores the space between the detached world of the imagination and the real-time world; that feeling of coming out of a daydream, on the edge of the drift from the day-to-day grind. Jamie says of this moment ”As reality shapes imagination and escapism affects your choices in the real world, there is a strange relational loop between the two and the space in between the two. There’s a bitter sweetness in that gap, it has a certain emotive quality, kind of in between being and non-being”.

Kuedo

Severant

Planet Mu
Album artwork for Album artwork for Severant by Kuedo by Severant - Kuedo
Album artwork for Severant by Kuedo
LPx2

$34.99

Metallic Sleeve Artwork

Black
Released 11/18/2022Catalogue Number

LP-ZIQ-309X

Kuedo

Severant

Planet Mu
Album artwork for Album artwork for Severant by Kuedo by Severant - Kuedo
Album artwork for Severant by Kuedo
LPx2

$34.99

Metallic Sleeve Artwork

Black
Released 11/18/2022Catalogue Number

LP-ZIQ-309X

We are excited to reissue Kuedo's classic 2011 album 'Severant' on double vinyl for the first time, and with a bonus track 'Work, Live & Sleep In Collapsing Space'. The cover artwork has been redesigned by Raf Rennie (Who also designed Kuedo's recent album on Brainfeeder, Infinite Window). In terms of feeling, ‘Severant’ explores the space between the detached world of the imagination and the real-time world; that feeling of coming out of a daydream, on the edge of the drift from the day-to-day grind. Jamie says of this moment ”As reality shapes imagination and escapism affects your choices in the real world, there is a strange relational loop between the two and the space in between the two. There’s a bitter sweetness in that gap, it has a certain emotive quality, kind of in between being and non-being”.