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Colombian pop experimentalist Lucrecia Dalt shares the eerie “Disuelta” and announces new album

Lucrecia Dalt spent most of her career as a geotechnical engineer, before taking a turn into music with her debut album Anticlines a couple of years ago. She’s set to continue down the fascinating path of combining these two loves on her new album No era sólida, which comes out on September 11 through RVNG Intl.

Along with the album news she has shared a song called “Disuelta”, which means “dissolve”, and is a song that simultaneously haunts and allures. Between layers of skeletal electronics, which give the song a beckoning depth, Dalt’s voice crawls, low on volume but high on passion. “Disuelta” is the kind of song that will seep into you and have you under its spell before you’ve even realised it.

“Disuelta” also comes with a video by Pedro Maia, which you can watch below.

Lucrecia Dalt’s new album No era sólida comes out on September 11 through RVNG Intl. You can follow her on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.