Berlin based singer Fatime Kosumi from ANDRRA and Vincent Moon, an independent filmmaker from Paris, who is known for his music videos for indie rock bands like REM, Arcade Fire or Beirut, traveled to Kosova to find and record nearly forgotten old female folk songs. They were in search of a specific approach to folk music, that of, rhapsodies sung by peasant women. Older generations of women in Kosova rarely had the opportunity to learn reading and writing. For them, songs and singing was the medium of self-expression. The songs that they cultivate celebrate traditional, spiritual and religious rituals. However, the most recurring theme in these songs is the one celebrating the rite of marriage. There is an old tradition that informs this singing practice, a night before a woman is sent away to her unknown husband, young and old women of the village organize a weeping night for her. The songs sung in those nights are all about leaving behind one’s family and childhood, to quote one of many songs, “Tonight you are a girl, but tomorrow you'll be a bride.” Upon their arrival in Kosova, to look for these songs they headed in different rural and urban areas of the country. They met with women who performed songs of their region, from places like, Prishtina, Dragash, Besiana, Gjilan, Shurdhan, Zym, Romaje and Prizren. Women of different religions, regions and ethnic backgrounds in Kosova have made an important contribution in cultivating and preserving a very rare kind of Albanian folk music.