May 20, 2024

Night in Athens (NIA) offers brand new video, ‘Words Unspoken’

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Night in Athens (NIA) offers brand new video, 'Words Unspoken'

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(Photo by Simone Pellegrini) Tina Boleti aka the dark synth outfit Night in Athens (NIA) is back with an all new video and single, “Words Unspoken”. “Words Unspoken” is part of the album “Wasted Reflektions” which will be released on 1st July 2024 on Wave Records and which you can order right here from Bandcamp.

Featured on guitar on this track is Henrik Sandor. The material was mixed and mastered at the Fabrika Music Studio with artwork for the single by Lobotomy Love. The video for the track was directed by Simone Pellegrini.

About Night in Athens (NIA)

NIA emerged from the DIY London punk scene in 2020, where she used to be a keyboardist in bands. Based in her East London room during the COVID-19 lockdown of 2020, NIA began writing and producing “to exorcise her demons”. “Metropolis” was the project’s debut EP in 2021 and mixed punk, darkwave, and coldwave.

She continued releasing recordings like 2022s “Creme Seen” which is a proto minimal-synth track mixed with analog synthwave with a touch of electroclash added. The upcoming album “Wasted Reflektions” will be released on the 1st of July on Wave Records.

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Bernard - Side-Line Staff Chief editor
Bernard Van Isacker is the Chief Editor of Side-Line Magazine. With a career spanning more than two decades, Van Isacker has established himself as a respected figure in the darkwave scene.

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