Sultana Recorded and produced in my DIY studio in London, released in 2019 Sultana is an anti-nationalist album. In our times where nationalist and fascist notions are rising, based on my biography, the way I live and what my work stands for; I saw no other way but to face up, address and challenge these issues through my work. Songs such as ‘Greek Bastards’, ‘Kurdistan’ and ‘Fantasmata’ , ‘Soy la chica en el ciello’ tackle Cypriot, Greek, Kurdish and Catalan nationalism. Having a dual nationality and growing up in Cyprus, I was exposed to strong senses of nationalism by both the Greek-Cypriots towards Greece, and the Turkish Cypriots towards Turkey, reflecting the people’s identity crisis and insecurity. I contend that these people identify with nationalism to cover their own failures and misdeeds and in the process try to prove their own power and righteousness. I stand for people’s freedom to develop their own views independently of nationalistic traits imposed upon them. I support diversity in human development, caring more about the other regardless of their ethnicity. The album has an overall “Sordid Pop” sound: punk, electronic, experimental, Mediterranean pop. More than half the songs are in Greek.

Track list: 01 Alexandra 02 Sultana 03 Kurdistan 04 Greek bastards 05 I love the smell of my pussy 06 Institute of hidden pleasures 07 Cypriot requiem 08 Caravaggio 09 Fantasmata 10 Soy la Chica en Cielo 11 Na mporis epitelous na pistepsis

Sultana Recorded and produced in my DIY studio in London, released in 2019 Sultana is an anti-nationalist album. In our times where nationalist and fascist notions are rising, based on my biography, the way I live and what my work stands for; I saw no other way but to face up, address and challenge these issues through my work. Songs such as ‘Greek Bastards’, ‘Kurdistan’ and ‘Fantasmata’ , ‘Soy la chica en el ciello’ tackle Cypriot, Greek, Kurdish and Catalan nationalism. Having a dual nationality and growing up in Cyprus, I was exposed to strong senses of nationalism by both the Greek-Cypriots towards Greece, and the Turkish Cypriots towards Turkey, reflecting the people’s identity crisis and insecurity. I contend that these people identify with nationalism to cover their own failures and misdeeds and in the process try to prove their own power and righteousness. I stand for people’s freedom to develop their own views independently of nationalistic traits imposed upon them. I support diversity in human development, caring more about the other regardless of their ethnicity. The album has an overall “Sordid Pop” sound: punk, electronic, experimental, Mediterranean pop. More than half the songs are in Greek.

Track list: 01 Alexandra 02 Sultana 03 Kurdistan 04 Greek bastards 05 I love the smell of my pussy 06 Institute of hidden pleasures 07 Cypriot requiem 08 Caravaggio 09 Fantasmata 10 Soy la Chica en Cielo 11 Na mporis epitelous na pistepsis

Athens. 16th of November, at romantzo. Krista Papista live along side Δεσποινίς Τρίχρωμη & Nalyssa Green

Athens. 16th of November, at romantzo. Krista Papista live along side Δεσποινίς Τρίχρωμη & Nalyssa Green

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