Russian artist Kate NV has shared Bouquet, a new collection of music being released to benefit Ukrainian refugees. Proceeds will be directed toward Helping to Leave, which aids those seeking evacuation from areas of military conflict. Bouquet features eight improvised songs made with Andrey Bessonov. It’s available via RVNG Intl. Listen to it below.
“It is a small gesture, but by offering this music to help raise funds for Helping to Leave’s monumental efforts in aiding Ukrainian refugees, I hope that it brings more awareness around the devastations of this senseless and inhumane war,” Kate NV said in a statement.
The new collection follows Kate NV’s 2020 album Room for the Moon. She’s also announced two shows in the United States: one in New York at Elsewhere (Zone 1) on June 8, and another in Los Angeles at the Moroccan Lounge on June 16.
Read “Kate NV on the 9 Things That Inspired Her Excellent New Album, Room for the Moon.” In addition, check out “Innovative, Spirited, Resilient—Ukraine’s Electronic Scene Stands Tall” on the Pitch.