Belorusia - Oneiro
It felt great to dive in and enjoy Belorusia’s latest track, “Oneiro.” It’s a lush, ambient piece filled with spacious synths and beautiful swells that transport you elsewhere.
The nearly five minute long track breathes at its own pace and takes the listener on a slow and peaceful journey. If you’re into meditating, I highly recommend “Oneiro” as a background track as it guides you into a relaxing and calm state.
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Melancholia laid bare, stripped back, then dissipating into thin air.
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