Video Premiere: May 2022

Kalaha + Hilal Kaya with Aarhus Jazz Orchestra ‘Deva’ (April Records)

Vocalist Hilal Kaya tells (sings) a story about long gone love and the sadness it brings. Supported by the sound of Kalaha and the big band Aarhus Jazz Orchestra which plays up to the tragedy.

Deva’ is the second single from Kalaha’s upcoming album ‘Tutku’.

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Kalaha band members: Emil de Waal, drums, percussion, electronics & vocal, Niclas Knudsen, guitar, bass, talk box & vocal, Jens Berents Christiansen, synths, würlitzer, programming & vocal, Mikael Elkjær, synths, programming & vocal + Hilal Kaya – vocals, Feyyaz Östufan lyrics with Aarhus Jazz Orchestra

Discover more via kalahamusic.dk or listen via orcd.co/kalaha-hilal_kaya-ajo-deva

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The label ‘Discover Jazz’ is attached to articles which have been edited and published by Jazzfuel host Matt Fripp, but have been written in collaboration with various different jazz musicians and industry contributors. When appropriate, these musicians are quoted and name-checked inside the article itself!