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Latvian artist Patriks releases debut album “PENUMBRA”

Patriks. Debut album Penumbra.

Latvian singer/songwriter Patriks has released his debut album "PENUMBRA" to bring the listeners through an emotional rollercoaster based on a touching story from the songwriter's personal life. 

This album is a mixture of different genres, but the merging component is the lyrics. Patriks himself produced the whole album and currently is waiting for the summer to finally perform these songs live. As Patriks says: 

"PENUMBRA is a conceptual album, the main motive is love. Throughout the album love evolves, it faces challenges, and then it vanishes. PENUMBRA is the moment between light and darkness, and that represents the emotional state after falling out of love and becoming strangers with the person who was your closest just a moment ago." 

Listen to the album: 

Patriks is a singer/songwriter from Riga, Latvia. He identifies with such genres as R&B/Soul, Alternative Pop, Singer/Songwriter, Bedroom Pop/Lofi Hip-Hop, Neo Soul and others. Throughout his life, Patriks has been inspired by artists such as Frank Ocean, Bon Iver, Local Natives, Joji, James Blake, Rex Orange County, Still Woozy, Tom Misch, Mac Miller, Anderson. Paak and others.

Liga
May 27, 2022