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Intars Busulis paves the path to a new album with "Spēlē savā burvju flautā"

The anticipation for Intars Busulis and Abonementa Orķestris upcoming album just got more exciting with the release of their latest single, "Spēlē savā burvju flautā" (eng. - "Play your magic flute"). This song features music by Intars Busulis and lyrics by Marts Pujāts.

Accompanying the song is an intriguing music video and in the video, Intars Busulis steps into the shoes of a melancholic clown.

Intars Busulis himself shares that when he felt the need to challenge himself, he also had the confidence that this song met all the requirements. He was ready to take the stage and "play the magic flute."

The music video is directed by Toms Harjo and he explained the video message, stating:

We all find our ways to navigate through life, or at least we're pretty good at pretending we do. And sometimes, you just have to go with it, trusting that fate will align everything for you.

After a five-year hiatus, Intars Busulis and Abonementa Orķestris are set to unveil their new album, "Spēlē savā burvju flautā" (eng. - "Play your magic flute"). The album's grand presentation is scheduled for October 25 at the "Splendid Palace" cinema, and this time, tickets will be available for purchase. Secure your tickets here

The event's first part will feature a live concert showcasing the album's songs, followed by the premiere of the film "Mans Tētis - Intars Busulis" (eng. - "My Dad, Intars Busulis") in the second part. It's a musical journey and a cinematic experience you won't want to miss.