Tag Archives: music

Let Go and Dive In

Freddie Lloyd (of Ursine Vulpine fame) struck again, this time not at as a musician, but as a music video artist. Partnering with vintage effects and his best ally – nature – he created a beautiful, ethereal video for the first single of up-and-coming, dressed-in-black UK-based band Dive In. The images themselves are wild and […]

You’re in my blood.

A girl sinks to the bottom of the sea, a boy crawls on the ground and closes his eyes; the city turns on its flickering lights. For his first single Cool Blood, a perfect pop song full of the right beats and hazy, melodic harmonies, Farewell Dear Ghost combines the familiar streets of a city […]

On improvisation and tic-tac boxes

The last time I sat at a piano was a rather long time ago – at least a couple of months. Though growing up with a musically inclined father, my harpsichord lessons every Wednesday afternoon at the conservatory were my personal nightmare for years since I was five, until I moved to Vienna and gave […]

Lying To You With Different Names

Slowly but surely, Keaton Henson is getting a reputation for his awkward videos, the first memorable one being You Don’t Know How Lucky You Are, which strangely reminded me of Grant Wood’s American Gothic. With his beautiful single Lying To You off the upcoming Birthdays, he strikes again, this time in a video directed by […]