Lexagon’s Feminine Care was one of my favorites last year and on an album full of them, “When the Tide is Low” is a real standout. Lexagon’s Alexa Burrell creates music and sound that is a conduit for connecting with a deeper spirit while acting as a tool that aids in survival. She explains about this track, “This song is about diaspora and the fragments of self lost across oceans and generations. It’s about intergenerational healing and recovering from wounds passed down to us. The future meets the past and asks ‘can we hold hands?’”
This stellar video was directed, shot, and edited by Lexagon and performed by Sital Muktari and Lexagon. Feminine Care is out now via Ratskin Records.