Dlina Volny means “wavelength” in English – as a homage to the group’s fascination with sine waves and the physics of sound. The Belarusian trio's sophomore album Dazed (2021), mixed by David Lynch's frequent collaborator and producer Dean Hurley, is a self-proclaimed love thriller. Its elegant synthesis is flanked by the brutal low end of the rhythm section that sets the stage for contralto vocals that hover like a warm fog on a chilly night, balancing mystical narratives and dreamlike fantasies from the deep end of the trio's subconscious. Walking the tightrope that separates pain and euphoria, the lyrics wrestle with polarity. Anxiety vs passion and hope vs the deep despair that surrounds negative space. Dazed vaporizes on the horizon where Eastern European post-punk and 1980s estrada pop collide with the 1970s brutalist architecture that pierces the skies of Minsk.