Viscula’s new album ‘IV’ was attended by 4 musicians who played organic parts without any overlays. Only drums,bass, guitar and keyboards. In addition to the band’s musicians, the album featured legendary Soviet and Russian bassist Alexander Titov, who recorded all of the bass parts. Discover the track ‘Heartwell’ the December 31st in Formula Indie

Viscula’s new album ‘IV’ was attended by 4 musicians who played organic parts without any overlays. Only drums,bass, guitar and keyboards. In addition to the band’s musicians, the album featured legendary Soviet and Russian bassist Alexander Titov, who recorded all of the bass parts. Discover the track ‘Heartwell’ the December 31st in Formula Indie

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continues to play in the most famous Russian rock bands Kino and Aquarium. The mix and
mastering was done by George Shilling, a first-class British sound producer who worked with
bands such as Blur and Primal Scream. The artwork for the album ‘IV’ was created by the
well-known British collage artist Tom Hodgkinson who created artworks for bands such as
Keane and Archive. The album ‘IV’ will be released via London Indie label Alien Milk Records
on December 17.
The band Viscula was formed in Lutsk, Ukraine in 2002. In 2013, Viscula was awarded ‘Best
Indie Artist’ at the main Ukrainian festival Chervona Ruta. The band has played extensively
around the world and has been seen in 18 countries. The most notable was the band’s
participation in festivals: Together to The Top (Poland), Fonari (Russia), Shanghai
International (China), Feckfest (UK). In 2019, guitarist and founder of the band Vitali
Malyshko was awarded with Exceptional Talent Visa (guitarist and composer) by Arts
Council England and since then the band is based in London, UK. Before the pandemic,
Viscula actively played in iconic London clubs such as Hope & Anchor, St.Moritz and New
Cross Inn

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