The story of KELELA’s art is in many ways a story that begins where it ends. In a literal sense, Glamcult’s cover star created both her debut album, Take Me Apart, and the preceding Hallucinogen EP around the story of a romantic relationship, told in reverse. But even beyond this, the origins of Kelela’s music lie where other music often ends. It’s at an intersection of vulnerability and comfort that her layers of sound are both dismantled and assembled.
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