My dahlings! You’ve known me for so many years! You’ve read me so many times and you played the music I liked so many weekends! I love this friendly feeling – it’s like we knew each other. And yet not so much after all. Right at the fine border between familiarity and mystery, exactly where the fondness turns to curiosity, that’s where I think Lilja is too!
So many times I’ve listened to it (it starts at the 1 minute mark, so feel free to fastforward when you press play), I love it more and more, and I still think there are undiscovered layers to it and peeling further will only take me deeper into likeness. That’s all I can hope and pray for when you’re reading me (wink).
My dahlings, Rocco Deluca & The Burden’s Lilja, right after the jump!
A promenade through Old New Delhi, as it was described by Rocco Deluca himself, personal, intrusive but linear and distant. Filmed by Leaf Baimbridge and edited by Charlie Finelli, this video log is of no particular relevance to the song itself as the music praises a girl named Lilja (a name derivative from Latin, mostly used in Icelandic countries – it means Lily) and the love for her. So do not let yourselves be fooled with the images, instead close your eyes and feel the music. It really felt beautiful and I absolutely treasure this new discovery I’m sharing today with you! Let me know what you think after you’ll listen to it. Once. Twice, how many times you feel necessary to form the right opinion. Have a wonderful Sunday, my dahlings! Keep true to your hearts!