We both have a thing for iconic female singers like Loretta Lynn, Nina Simone, Kate Bush and Bjork, as always, her new album Vulnicura is incredibly beautiful. Turning off will mean that your activity is not sent to these services. Kaleida seriously walk the line between sexy and gross like a razor-blade. What musicians are you currently finding inspiration from?. The track later developed into something more ethereal as we started to build up the atmosphere of the chorus. We imagined we might use the video to show industry people but when we put it up on YouTube it was away — that was it, no looking back! Also what were your expectations for the video? This, like the track Think, was all a bit of an experiment.
We empathized with what she went through after posting a nude picture of herself on her blog during the Egyptian Revolution in 2011 — she was the target of several rape attempts and death threats and as a result emigrated to Sweden. Do you guys have any pet peeves? Much like Think, every track is wonderful in its own way. It sounds like a cliché, but we are genuinely pleased to have learned so much — both musically and about how the industry works. Fantastic harmonies, fantastic production, everything is in the right place. Sexy, yet childlike-fun at the same time - a perfect balance. The crowds are amazing at festivals — everyone is so excited and energized. The response to our first demos was overwhelmingly good, and we were naive to assume that everything else would go as smoothly! You can choose to opt out of the following cookies: Analytics Cookies Google Analytics is used to track usage of this website anonymously.
We wanted to express how we relate to her struggle. The smooth, haunting vocals and minimalist beats are the reason to listen and love this. If you love dark, smooth, minimalist beats as much as me, then this record will seriously hit you. GroundSounds recently caught up with the pair to talk about their latest project, musical inspirations and more, check out the exclusive interview below. Their demos of Think and Tropea racked up over a million plays on Soundcloud and YouTube between them in early 2014.
You could play Think and this back-to-back and they will flow nicely without any real disruption, which is really nice. What is one thing every visitor should see or do? All site content copyright © Bleep Ltd. That child-like, naive quality is luckily still there, with the vocals still swirling and whimsical. Kaleida are Christina Wood vocals Cicely Goulder keys, production. Slap this electronic masterpiece on, set the mood to dark, and glow along with it. What do you guys enjoy most about London? Tricky — there is so much to see and do. There is something thrillingly revivalist about the pop-inspired melodies on cuts like Take Me To The River and The Call.
Anyway, we got together with some studio lights some one had lent us, a few creative friends and a bit of playback and the video was made. The gang picks up right where they left off on Think - with just dashes of different this time around, but not too much so where it's distracting. Marketing and Advertising Cookies This site tracks activity, used for customised advertising across several services Facebook. I'm not much of a vocal guy more the instrumental type , so when I dig vocals, the artist is doing something seriously special - and the vocal work here is stellar. Cookies Preferences For information about cookies that are required for this website to operate correctly, please read our. Cicely just remembers being totally captivated by her voice — even recorded through a tiny laptop mic! Starting in April you guys will be hitting the festival circuit, what do you enjoy most about festivals, which ones are you looking forward to most? The release evokes as much Sade as it does Jamie Xx and that is by no means a criticism. For Tropea, it was just an ordinary day — we were playing around in the studio and Cicely played that bass riff and Christina started jamming on top — we were laughing a lot and then suddenly frantically realised we better record it before we would forget everything.
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