Experimental R&B singer Alyusha uses her last single “Cracks” to mourn her late-father. With this track, she decides to see the light. It is taken from her EP “Little God” which is due out later this year.
“Cracks” comes from the idea of “kintsugi”, the Japanese art form than consists of mending broken ceramics with gold. Alyusha is half Japanese, half Romanian/Irish from her parents and decided to celebrate her heritage in her new single. The track was born after her father passing away, and she sings: “let the light in”, repeatedly, as a reminder. About it, Alyusha explained: