Liturgy and LEYA Share New Song “Antigone”: Listen

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New York black metal artist Liturgy and avant-garde pop duo LEYA have shared a new collaborative track. It’s called “Antigone.” The single was originally shared in an interview the artists did with Paper magazine. Listen to “Antigone” below, and read the full interview here.

“Antigone” marks the first new release from Liturgy since Hunter Hunt-Hendrix came out as transgender in May. “We recorded the song in late February before 2020 got so insane,” Hunt-Hendrix told Paper of the new single. She added:

Originally its purpose was as a single to promote a tour we were going to do together last April that ended up getting cancelled. The track had a different name originally, and we would have put it out in early April, but held off, because we were hoping to postpone the tour and just use it for the later dates. When it became clear in April/ May we simply had to cancel it outright, we decided to just put up the track—and we’d gotten as far as uploading it to be released before I came out as trans.

Liturgy’s last studio album was 2019’s H.A.Q.Q., which followed 2015’s The Ark Work. Between LPs, Hunt-Hendrix debuted her multi-disciplinary opera Origin of the Alimonies and released the a joint project with M. Lamar called Funeral Doom Spiritual.

LEYA’s most recent release Flood Dream arrived earlier this year.

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