Sarah and Zachary’s universes collided in Autumn 2015, when their respective bands SubRosa and Minsk were both invited to support Cult of Luna on a West Coast U.S. tour. Upon returning home, separated by 1402 miles (2256 kilometers) every day brought more unequivocal evidence that this meeting of paths was to create something bearing far more intensely personal sensual beauty and meaning than either had ever known. A darkly worshipped embarrassment of musical, phycological and romantic riches- separated by half the width of the country. With this came the screaming desire and evident capacity to create something sonically as free-spirited, dynamic and incorruptibly honest as their connection itself, with the dynamics of the universe they have created. The love, lust, trauma, rage and human behavior speculations felt by two individuals embodied into one candlelit soundscape.