Russian darkwave/synth-goth project Elezoria returns with brand new single on SkyQode: ‘Breeze Of Innocence’

Out now is “Breeze Of Innocence”, a brand new single by the Russian darkwave/synth-goth project…

Russian darkwave/synth-goth project Elezoria returns with brand new single on SkyQode:'Breeze Of Innocence'

Out now is “Breeze Of Innocence”, a brand new single by the Russian darkwave/synth-goth project Elezoria, and the follow-up to last year’s “Temporary” single.

“Breeze Of Innocence” brings a blend of melancholic darkwave with elements of coldwave and post-punk. Add to that Elezoria’s trademark somber introspective lyrics and dark deep vocals. In addition, the single also features a previously unreleased instrumental track “Infinity’s Embrace” as well as a remix by RedLine.

You can check out the single below on Bandcamp.

About Elezoria

Elezoria was started by Dmitry Nordman in 2008 but it was only in 2016 when a first single was release, “Rain Washes Away”. The year after that they released the album “Astray” and the single “You Can See”. Only a year after that, in 2018, Elezoria released the single “Alone” and the album “Glade”, the latter was the first not self-released material as it was distributed via ScentAir Records.

Last year the band inked a deal with SkyQode and released the single “Temporary”, now followed by “Breeze Of Innocence” for which the video can be seen below.



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