Two years after Pripyat and an ongoing extensive tour, Marina Herlop presents Nekkuja, her new album. Where do I start? Well, it’s challenging, much like everything she creates. Breaking free from conventional moulds, her new record leaves us almost speechless, but it’s like a embarking on a journey through a garden where the flowers are replaced by all sorts of emotions. A more illuminated piece but keeping the intriguing essence of her work as if rays of sunlight were falling upon those flowers to make them bloom. Our conversation with Marina has also shed light on the inspiration and philosophy behind her unique artistry and it raises a question: Why haven’t we interviewed her before?