The sister release to 2009's 'Fourth, Part One' sees Deleyaman
incorporate a second full-time guitarist into their line-up. A member who brings also a new dimension to this peculiar band, by adding and expanding on the elements of Post-Rock/Shoegaze which Deleyaman
had already hinted at on previous recordings.Deleyaman
's singular style, which blends Darkwave and Alternative Folk into one, collects and re-invents elements of different genres into an artistic vision which feeds as much from literature as it does from ethnic-tinged experimentation and ethereal music.
'Fourth, Part Two' portrays Deleyaman
as introspective as ever, with the use of poetry (which on this recording comes from the works of Edna St-Vincent Millay
, Karl Shapiro
, Ralph W. Emerson
or Sydney Lanier
, among others) taking on a prominent role, as the voices of Beatrice
weave closely into the music to provide each word with its appropriate setting and mood. Presented in Digipak format, with a 20-page booklet.