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Miks Galvanovskis releases new single and announces concert

Latvian musician Miks Galvanovskis has released his new single "Stulbā Sirdsapziņa" (eng. - "Stupid conscience"), offering a taste of his upcoming concert, Bohēmas Dienasgrāmata. Taking place on April 20th at Palladium Rīga, the concert promises an immersive experience. Don't miss this opportunity to witness Galvanovskis perform live. Get your tickets here!

Miks Galvanovskis provides insight into the essence of "Stulbā sirdsapziņa":

The song, much like the upcoming album, delves into my life with a vivid Bohemian touch, exploring tough choices and moments that reflect the bitter aftertaste of entertainment. It elucidates relationships that often unfold in a single scenario - on the highway to nowhere. We've all encountered people who momentarily touch our hearts, but that feeling fades quickly. The song's focal point is that, despite our reluctance to hurt anyone, inevitably, it's unavoidable.

Directed and lensed by Elvis Lācis, the accompanying video narrative adds a visual dimension to the song, marking another creative collaboration with Miks Galvanovskis. The duo has previously crafted several eccentric music videos. Elvis Lācis explains the video concept:

The idea is simple - to showcase the internal struggle with oneself and the pursuit of unsuccessful love. The video is somewhat ambiguous, but anyone can resonate with it. We've all experienced toxic relationships that seem to make us better but ultimately lead nowhere. We want the other person to understand us from a failed perspective, but due to conscience, we end up blaming ourselves and cannot admit that it won't work out.

The creative team behind the video includes director/cinematographer Elvis Lācis, lighting designer Artūrs Feldmanis, and producer Lāsma Neulāne. The video is a collaborative effort with Rīga's School of Arts and Media Technology. The highly anticipated April concert guarantees special guests, a commanding performance, and a plethora of surprises. 


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