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After a hiatus of several years, Amatorski is ready to release their new album "Curves and Bends, Things Veer".

Named after Timothy Morton's "All Art is Ecological", the album shifts the focus from interpersonal relationships to exploring the relationships between people and nature, time and phenomena, inspired by Taoist poetry (translated by Ursula K. Le Guin) and the work by Anna Tsing, among others.

Amatorski's diverse discography includes albums, soundtracks and interactive projects such as "Deleting Borders". During Amatorski's hiatus, Inne has engaged in a personal exploration of sound and music practices, eventually returning to creating new songs and reviving older sketches during the 2020 lockdown. Recent world events, such as the pandemic, climate change and the Black Lives Matters protests in 2020, influenced the album's creation.

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