Lykanthea: I'm in Rome because I won this thing called a Rome Prize… to finish my dissertation in classics. It's awarded by a private institution in Rome that awards 30 artists, scholars, musicians, etc, the chance to live in Rome for year. They give us a stipend and feed us, like, organic food while we just do our thing. Basically, it's like living in a hotel that pays you to live there. Totally crazy. (Laughs) I feel like I've peaked."
So, mecenatismo, arts patronage, still working fine down here in the lost town: shot in Orvieto, in an Etruscan burial site, the black&white tones of Parturition vid - directed by Krist Mort - perfectly blend with Lykanthea music mysticism and love for ancient history. Enjoy.
Also, read this fascinating interview, from The Autumn Rose: "Two songs, “Telos” and “My Sisters,” emerged from my strange, dreamlike experience on the Greek island of Delos last October. The island's population is around 10 and it has no real stores. Since it's a UNESCO heritage site, you need a special permit from the Greek government to stay there overnight to do research there".
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