Welcome to an odyssey of love in intergalactic space. Ethnopoprock with Oriental mysticism, explosive guitarsolos and a string quartet. The adventure commences in the spring of 2001, the spring that marked the beginning of the new millennium. Moldovan songbird Ecaterina and the last true long-haired hippie, Danish guitarist Jacob Moth (Savage Rose, BL!NK, Fate, Purple Haze ...) are the driving forces behind this band, which calls itself LiLA - pronounced 'leela', meaning the Cosmic Game. LiLA is an audiovisual symbiosis: The musical style is a hybrid of Madonna's melodic power pop, Bjork's catchy mysticism, Peter Gabriel's filmic landscapes, Jimi Hendrix's raw nerve, Beethoven's symphonic universes and the wistful soul of Moldovan folk music. LiLA's debut album 'Spring 2001' portrays an odyssey of love - from loneliness and astral voyages through enticing sensuality, spring's effervescent optimism and joie de vivre, to Mother Earth, the global village and spiritual mysticism. The British producer and drummer Gary Wallis (Pink Floyd) collaborated with the artist couple on the creation of this debut.