The second album of Mode Plagal moves gracefully across genres such as jazz, ethnic funk or trance and makes music sound the way Simonides, the ancient Greek writer described it, "just like pouring wine". Mode Plagal is the band's name but also "their manner". And in Mode Plagal II they prove what that means.
The Mode Plagal formed in 1990 and managed to create a unique musical idiom with references primarily to traditional Greek music and lyrics and sounds in Byzantine, Balkan, African, funky, groovy, rock, blues rhythms and many other factors are music as influences. The new discs have a new element in comparison with the previous two, the songs are more than the orchestral pieces as more emphasis on the wealth of folk poetry. The Mode Plagal adapts songs from Central Greece, Epirus, Thrace, Macedonia, Patmos. In their new album together with the Giota Vei, Savina Yannatou, Helen Tsaligopoulou and Theodosia Tsatsos, each with its unique interpretation, add their own stamp to the sound of Mode Plagal.