Weekend, Mar 23-24, 2024 – Kaleida Interview

A Kaleidoscopic View to Kaleida: The Echoes Interview

On the next Echoes, the British-American Duo, Kaleida talk about their album, In Arms. It’s an album fraught with biblical, personal and political references.

Christina Wood: It was meant to have a double meaning. It was meant to be like holding babies in arms but also arming yourself to keep on going.

This British-American-German dream pop duo are creating an entrancing sound, much of it emerging from their trans-oceanic separation and from their new born babies. They are millennials who wrote a song criticizing their generation. Cicely Goulder-Levy was scoring films when she got seduced by electronic music. Christina Wood wasn’t really in music at all. She was an environmental engineer.  But they got together, across a couple of continents then, and an ocean now, to create three entrancing albums. Hear their story on Echoes.


Kaleida – Choices – In Arms
Kaleida – Hansaplast- In Arms
Kaleida – Hollow- In Arms
Cicely Goulder – Adjudication – Quirky Underscores
Kaleida – Stranger- In Arms
Kaleida – Think – Think (EP)
Kaleida – Hey Little Precious – In Arms
Kaleida – Endless Youth – In Arms
Geeshie Wiley – Last Kind Word Blues – Presenting Geeshie Wiley
Kaleida – Seagull Nun – In Arms
Kaleida – Don’t Turn Me Out – In Arms
Kaleida – Kilda – In Arms

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