Marta Grigale releases an album and publishes a song made together with Intars Busulis

This week, her first album, “Things That Happen in My Head,” was released by singer Martha (Marta Grigale). It includes nine songs in Latvian. At the same time, the single “The World Waits”, which was made together with Intars Busulis, is given to the listeners.

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“It’s about courage – the courage to be myself, the courage to be open, the courage to say the real ‘yes’ and the real ‘no’. I’ve always had a lot of questions in my head. While working on the album, I’ve been looking for answers to them, trying to be as honest as possible both against the listeners and against herself, “says Marta about the album.

The album includes six unheard tracks, including a duo with Intars Busuli (“The World Will Wait”), as well as a cover version of the band “but bet” songs “PieklauvÄ“” along with three previously released singles (“Drama,” Again You “,” You’re Not Everything In addition, a small improvisation by Martha ‘s daughter Greta adds to the list of compositions.

The album was produced by both electronic music artist Kashuks (“PieklauvÄ“”, “Supermeitene”) and musician Dmitrijs Tarasovs (“The World Waits”), but most of the song production, voice recording, as well as mixing and mastering work was performed by DJ Rudd. “The first albums are always special. I’m glad I was able to be a part of this album and watch Martha’s growth as both a songwriter and a performer,” admits the producer.

The album was created with the financial support of the State Culture Capital Foundation and is available on the most common music streaming sites.

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