GEA is an ethereal storyteller from the North. She creates unique music through channeling. Her music has been heard in Netflix series Happy Jail, and her music videos have won a few awards at film festivals. She toured with her earlier releases (Butterflies 2017, Snow 2019)in Japan, USA, Canada and Mexico. Yet, her boldest move is her brand new album, Call For A Snake. It’s a stirring and soothing journey that invites the listener on a spiritual adventure.
The album process started when GEA was treated unfairly at work, and instead of listening to her screaming ego, she decided to try yoga. Daily yoga led her through the crisis as a winner, so she stuck with it. Little did she know that it would release powerful energies in her and change her entire life. She quit her job a year later and started to write this album.
Call For A Snake is a call for Kundalini energy. The songs are richly textured and musical, and they sonically span genres such as ambient, electronic, tribal, acoustic and symphonic music, 1980s dark wave, and indie-pop. The album is bisected by four parts, and each division is dedicated to a phase in our spiritual awakening. These passages of enlightenment are symbolized by the following spirit animals: a snake, a swan, a crow and a snow bunting.