Putrid Sapphire on his careless voyage. Headdress by Agnieszka Baranowska , Video by Pierre-Alain Giraud

Putrid Sapphire comes from a rich history of seamanship, and he is going to pay homage to his past with an interpretation of Odysseus' encounter with the sirens of the sea.

“Upon hearing the Sirens' song, Odysseus, tied to the mast, was driven temporarily insane and struggled with all of his might to break free so that he might join the Sirens, which the lore told, would have meant his death.”

What if Odysseus had just embraced their song and joined in, embraced his feminine side, and let lose? Would it be death that followed or salvation?