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Dion’s “Kickin’ Child” Named Best Reissue of 2017 by Observer

Dion’s Kickin’ Child: The Lost Album 1965 was recently named the best reissue so far of 2017 by Observer. Surpassing both Prince and The Beatles in the curated lineup, the Norton Records release is noted for showcasing 60s’ electric folk before its time - that Bob Dylan later famously brought into play. The unreleased album from 1965 was originally placed in the Columbia Records vault, and now been rediscovered as an extremely underrated collection of songs fifty years later. “There’s a reason Dion is on the cover of Sgt. Pepper, and that reason is all on this outstanding collection,” Ron Hart (Observer) expresses. Read the full review on The Observer and purchase Kickin’ Child here.

Embassy Music Publishing Signs Tyrone Noonan To Worldwide Music Publishing Deal

Music Sales Creative is overjoyed to announce its signing of Tyrone Noonan (“Ty”) to a worldwide music publishing deal with Embassy Music Publishing Australia, completed recently in the company’s New York office with Managing Director, Jane English and Creative Director, Denise Sharp. This will see Tyrone published worldwide by the Music Sales Group of affiliates. ARIA award-winning Tyrone Noonan began a multi-faceted solo career following his time with numerous bands culminating with eight years on the road with george, a Brisbane band fronted by sister and brother, Katie Noonan and Tyrone. In george, Tyrone provided vocals, guitar, keyboards, production and songwriting. george’s debut album, Polyserena, entered the Australian national charts at No1, sold double platinum units and won the band an ARIA for Best New Artist. The band released eight EPs, two albums and an award-winning DVD. Last year george celebrated its 20-year anniversary, performed sell-out shows around the country and released a new album compilation of their early indie EPs, the early years. In 2005, george came off the road for an indefinite hiatus and Tyrone went it alone: releasing his debut pop/rock/soul mini-album “Heavy Soul Part 1” in 2006 with a successful national tour and solid national radio play; relocating to London in 2008 and representing Australia at various festivals including Toast and TNT Month of Music; relocating to New York in 2009 (until 2012) and representing Australia at various Australia Day festivals and Anzac Day ceremonies; releasing his first solo album, I Believe, in 2011 on the back of a successful crowd-funded Pledge Music campaign; and releasing his remix EP I’m A Believer in 2014 with a successful east coast band tour and solid national radio play. It was Tyrone’s album Soniclines that brought him once again to the attention of Embassy Music Publishing. Recently returned to Australia from New York, Tyrone formed a new band, Soniclines, that has produced an amazing cross-over album of the same name that is due for release in 2017. That group comprises Tyrone, multi-instrumentalist Anthony Garcia and special guest digeridoo player, William Barton. Soniclines is soon to be developed into a magnificent visual stage performance. A prolific songwriter and producer, Tyrone is now working towards a new solo album. He has ready to go co-writes with Grant (G.W.) McLennan (The Go-Betweens), Dave Goode (The Potbelleez) and Dan Rosen (ARIA CEO), among others. Of joining Embassy Music Publishing, Tyrone said: “It’s fantastic to be working with the amazing team at Music Sales. For me, this offers the best of both worlds, as I have a great relationship with the Managing Director, the Creative Director and the rest of the staff, and yet my songs also now have global reach, and as such it was awesome to meet the New York team at the signing!” Jane English, Managing Director of Music Sales’ Embassy Music Publishing said: “Ty is a perfect fit for our global indie publishing company and for working with the Embassy Music Publishing team. We love that he is so talented, active, energetic and enthusiastic. We love his songs and are so proud he has chosen us as his music publishing team.” (Text courtesy of Music Sales Creative AU)

Golden Globe-Nominated Composer Brian Byrne Announces James Joyce-Inspired Album Featuring Kurt Elling, Glenn Close, Julian Lennon, and Judith Hill

Node Records, a division of the Music Sales Group, announces their first release on June 16th, 2017: Goldenhair, an album by Golden Globe-nominated and IFTA award-winning composer Brian Byrne. Ranging in style from adult contemporary to jazz, bluegrass and more, the tracks of Goldenhair feature world-renowned artists including Grammy award-winning jazz vocalist Kurt Elling, Golden Globe-winning actress Glenn Close, Prince's singer/songwriter protégé Judith Hill and British musician/songwriter Julian Lennon. Byrne's original songs were inspired by select poems from renowned Irish writer James Joyce's 1907 collection, Chamber Music. The release date for Goldenhair coincides with Bloomsday, the holiday celebrated worldwide to commemorate the life and works of Joyce. For many, these words (from James Joyce) resonate at different levels and depths…. But I feel like they speak to ‘The Self' within us all… The fire that sometimes overwhelms us all, and the need to breathe and be in the now. — Julian Lennon Node Records artist Brian Byrne (also a conductor, arranger, pianist, and producer), composes in all media and across all genres, as Goldenhair showcases. Byrne co-wrote "The Mystery of Your Gift" with Josh Groban for Dustin Hoffman's film Boychoir. He also wrote the end-title song "The Cry Inside" for Jim Sheridan's film The Secret Scripture, which was recorded for the soundtrack by Kelly Clarkson. Glenn Close is another collaborator of Byrne's. She first worked with him as the lyricist for his song "Lay Your Head Down" for the film Albert Nobbs, and most recently on Goldenhair. I was thrilled to be asked to read something for Goldenhair. Brian is a consummate musician who is fluent in multiple genres. He has masterminded a hauntingly gorgeous album. I'm proud to be part of it. — Glenn Close Goldenhair is available for pre-order now on Amazon and iTunes. Follow on Facebook for announcements, exclusive previews, and additional release information. Watch below as the Grammy Award-winning jazz vocalist and featured Goldenhair artist Kurt Elling reflects on Byrne's ability to set James Joyce's words in his original compositions.

Dave Malloy's "Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812" Leads The Tony Awards With 12 Nominations

Congratulations to Dave Malloy! His synth-pop opera Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 leads the Tony Awards with 12 nominations - including Best Musical. Malloy himself was nominated for three categories (Best Book, Best Original Score, Best Orchestrations), as he took on the role of composing and orchestrating the War and Peace inspired show. In earlier productions, the multi-faceted composer even starred as Pierre and will return to replay the role for select dates this May.Not only is Malloy pushing boundaries with The Great Comet leading the nominations, but sonically as well. The New York Times noted in their feature on Malloy, that the show breaks the typical rules of Broadway with its "mostly unrhyming lyrics and sung-through libretto." Additionally, the contemporary score pulls from the genres of folk, electro-pop, R&B and even traditional Russian music.What began as an 87-seat show at the nonprofit Ars Nova, has progressed into a standout Broadway production - and in part propelling commercial theater into a more experimental direction. Pre-order the original cast recording here.(Photo - Sara Krulwich/The New York Times)

Music Sales Acquires Bleu Blanc Rouge Catalog

Music Sales is delighted to welcome its latest catalog acquisition, French publishing company Bleu Blanc Rouge (BBR) into the family. The purchase follows on the heels of the acquisition of another French publishing house, Le Chant Du Monde, in November last year. BBR was established by Belgian producer and songwriter Jean Kluger and his wife Huguette in Paris in 1967, and has grown into a catalogue much loved for its disco hits, including “Cuba”, “Que Era Mi Vida (If You Should Go)”, “Hands Up”, the infectious dance number “D.I.S.C.O.”, and the appropriately titled “Australia” by the Good News. In addition, the catalog includes a multitude of hits performed by the group Les Parisiennes, film music by Claude Bolling (including the theme for French hit ‘Borsalino’) and jazz albums and discs by arrangers such as Andre Popp and Jean Bouchety. ? View our selection of the best from the catalog here.

Celebrating The 100th Birthday of Ella Fitzgerald

Ella Fitzgerald is one of the most iconic vocalists of all time. With a career spanning more than half of a century, The First Lady of Song was pivotal in changing the playing field for both jazz and pop with her broad vocal range, scat singing and elocution. The jazz vocalist collaborated with everyone from Duke Ellington to Frank Sinatra and became the first African-American woman to win a Grammy Award in 1958 for Best Individual Jazz Performance and Best Female Vocal Performance. In honor of Ella's 100th birthday – we created a playlist celebrating the classics from her career peak in the 1950s and 1960s, as well as engaging, more obscure tracks - from the playful, Nancy Sinatra-styled “I Taught Him Everything He Knows” to the moody Layo & Bushwacka remix of “Angel Eyes.” See which songs made our playlist here!

Newest Signing Heather Christian Performs at Exclusive Music Sales Corp. Reception

Schirmer Theatrical and Music Sales Creative were thrilled to host an exclusive performance this past Monday for their latest signing – the Obie Award-winning composer Heather Christian. The showcase was held in the Music Sales Corp. New York office, where guests enjoyed drinks and hors d’oeuvres while the Sundance Fellow performed a variety of her theatre and contemporary avant-folk works – including unreleased songs from her forthcoming albums House/Hymn II and Animal Wisdom. Christian captivated the intimate audience, as she flexed her powerhouse vocals and let her Mississippi roots shine. Her set list included “Willie and the Owls” (The World Is Round, 2014 Obie, Special Citation), “Talk to me Vegas” (Mission Drift: Drama League Outstanding Performance Nominee) “Agnus Dei” (Animal Wisdom) and “Phoenix” (House/Hymn II). She was accompanied by backing vocalists Amber Gray (Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812) and Kristen Sieh (Orange Is the New Black, Boardwalk Empire). As an added bonus, select film scores by Christian played overhead to welcome guests before her performance – including snippets from Lemon, Pauline Alone and Woman in Deep. President Robert Thompson warmly welcomed Christian to the Music Sales Corp. / Schirmer Theatrical team and made note of her recent accomplishments – including that the 2017 Sundance favorite she scored, Lemon, was recently picked up by Magnolia Pictures. The event was hosted by President Robert Thompson and Creative Projects Coordinator Alyssa Foster, with special thanks to the Music Sales Corp. team. (Photos by Dominick Mastrangelo)

St. Vincent, John Legend and Zach Galifianakis Cover Minnie Riperton’s “Lovin’ You” In Comedic Short

An incredibly diverse and notable lineup of artists have come together to show their support during this tumultuous political climate the best way they know how – releasing a charity album to protect reproductive healthcare. Titled Seven Inches for Planned Parenthood, the box set release of 7” singles will include mostly unreleased music from an array of artists including Björk, the Foo Fighters, Bryce Dessner, Nico Muhly and Sharon Van Etten. The collective effort will also feature comedians, writers, activists and visual artists – most notably Sarah Silverman, Tig Notaro, Margaret Atwood and Shepard Fairey. In light of the forthcoming album, the initiative just released the first of many videos – a comedic short in which Annie Clark (St. Vincent), John Legend and Zach Galifianakis “attempt” to rehearse Minnie Riperton’s “Lovin’ You.” To stay up-to-date on Seven Inches, visit their Facebook page. Pre-sale information coming soon.

Tom Adams Previews Upcoming Album With "Come On, Dreamer"

Known for his ambient works and his fluttering falsetto, the acclaimed songwriter-composer Tom Adams is about to debut his first full-length album Silence on May 5th via Kowloon Records. The eight-track record is said to be full of minimal arrangements, stunning piano works and was recorded entirely live in a single afternoon. NPR’s All Songs Considered announced the exciting news in February by sharing one featured track titled “Sparks,” which they reviewed as a hypnotic piece of perfection. Since then, the Berlin-based composer has premiered the Leo Plunkett-directed music video for “Come On, Dreamer.” The intimate, uplifting song brings forth messages of self-acceptance and embracing vulnerability in its rawest form. Watch the video below for a preview of what is to come from Silence. Pre-order the album here.

Hauschka’s 'What If' Impresses Critics and Listeners Alike

Hauschka is having quite the year. Not only was his collaborative score with Dustin O'Halloran (Lion) nominated for both the Academy and Golden Globe Awards, but additionally the German composer released his eighth studio album What If this March 31st, which explores themes of a dystopian world conceptualized through prepared piano and electronics. By fusing old and new technologies, Hauschka was able to achieve a deeper experimental sound and provide an engaging, rhythmic soundscape for listeners. NPR credits both his 1970s Roland Jupiter 4 analog synthesizer and a Disklavier (Yamaha's electronic mechanical piano) in creating his "most claustrophobic album and his most far-reaching." With song titles including "I Can't Find Water" and "Familiar Things Disappear," Hauschka further encourages listeners to ponder the future of our existence and to provide a sense of urgency. Bertelmann further explained to Noisey (VICE): "I just wanted to throw out these questions that are appearing naturally when you think about how the world and humans are developing. There are problems with ecology and the climate, but nobody feels like they're urgent." Since its release, What If has scored an Album of the Day spot on Bandcamp, among other excellent reviews. Listen to the album here and watch the music video for "Constant Growth Fails" below.

Rolling Stone Reviews Jóhann Jóhannsson As Massive Highlight at Big Ears Festival

“A listening experience unlike any other in America,” is how Rolling Stone describes the contemporary classical Big Ears Festival. Based in Knoxville, Big Ears is known for its slower pace in between sets, having no headliners and featuring eclectic acts from Wilco to Sarah Kirkland Snider – all so one can curate their own festival experience. Although the vibe is certainly more casual than other music festivals, ears are definitely perked. According to Since I Left You, Rachel Grimes states Big Ears “is an ideal place to share a new project because there is such an adventurous quality to the programming, and audiences are excited and open to anything.” The acts were indeed receptive to the exploratory nature set forth by both the festival and audience members. Although most of the performers could be placed in the classical genre, there were radical interjections from both the music and the performance choices that would feel more in-place at a rock concert. Rolling Stone mentions this and also cites Jóhann Jóhannsson as the forefront of this phenomenon with his Drone Mass performance. Rolling Stone elaborates: “Played to a standing crowd in rock club Mill & Mine, the piece (Drone Mass) made it difficult not to adhere to the unwritten, long-held orchestra rule of not applauding until the end. But after a movement where a vocal drone met a cello slide – the satisfying sound of a properly tuned guitar, an effect like a film coming into focus – the boundary was breached and torrents of applause followed.” Since I Left You also reviews Jóhannsson’s performance: “The stopping and starting of the voices and strings–the interplay between the two–was astounding, both lush and loud.” Missed Big Ears Festival? You can catch Jóhannsson at any of his upcoming US tour dates this spring, including LA Phil’s Reykjavik Festival April 17th! (Photo: Big Ears Festival)

The Gold Setting Releases "Video Star"

In anticipation of their debut EP on April 7th, The Gold Setting have shared their second 60s’ influenced pop track fromVolume and Tone. Titled “Video Star,” the groovy anthem is driven by lots of hand claps, sunny guitar riffs and an overall retro-soul dominance, with Colby’s warm vocals carrying the momentum. “Let it roll, I want to know, that you can see me. Let me be your video star,” Colby sings with a smoothness that could easily persuade. Colby and her powerhouse team (Godfrey at Large, Todd Simon, Adam Berg and Richard Rudolph) continue to prove they can be retro and forward-thinking at the same time. Read their recent Okayplayer feature here and follow The Gold Setting on Facebook for up-to-date news.(Photo by Laurent Chevalier of The Chevalier Creative)

Sharon Van Etten Covers "The End of the World"

Danger Mouse (Brian Burton) and Sam Cohen have taken the Amazon series Man in the High Castle to the next level with their anticipated concept album, Resistance Radio. The 18-track compilation features artists from today, providing their own innovative takes on early 1960s hits. The eclectic mix includes Sharon Van Etten, Beck, Norah Jones and Karen O among others. As the first release, the Skeeter Davis classic “The End of the World" is covered beautifully by Sharon Van Etten. A true indicator of what is to come from the project, the track tends to steer in a darker direction and naturally matches the alt-history themes within the series. “When I heard that vocal of hers on that track is when I knew the potential of this,” Burton reflected to NPR. “She could have been a big vocalist in the '60s easily. If this is the style of music she wants to sing, she can do it." Listen to “The End of the World” and look out for April 7th release of Resistance Radio via 30th Century Records.

Harts: A Viceland Interview on Prince's Prodigy

The Feed (SBS Viceland) recently interviewed the Melbourne emerging rocker Harts, as part of their video series highlighting Prince’s musical prodigies. The late Prince was not only a musical genius, but had the ability to spot unbelievable talent when he saw it. He supported and mentored many extraordinary, up-and-coming artists within his career - including Harts, whom Prince discovered from YouTube not too long before he passed. Harts fills The Feed in on that life-changing phone call from Prince, jamming at Paisley Park and the late musician’s advice that continues to inspire him today.

MSC Sponsors Guild of Music Supervisors Awards

"MSC are proud sponsors of the GMS Awards. Congratulations to all the nominees and to the Guild of Music Supervisors for hosting an amazing event." - From Bob, Oscar, Kimberly and JoeThe 7th Annual Guild of Music Supervisors Awards took place this Thursday February 16th at the Ace Hotel in Los Angeles. The red carpet event honored the year's most recognized music supervisors within the realms of television, film, trailers, games and multimedia. View the full list of winners here.

Grammy Awards 2017: John Corigliano's "The Ghosts of Versailles"

The LA Opera recording of John Corigliano's opera The Ghosts of Versailles won twice at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards: Best Opera Recording and Best Engineered Album, Classical. This world premiere audio recording is the LA Opera's acclaimed 2015 production, recorded live and conducted by James Conlon. It features soprano Patricia Racette as Marie Antoinette, baritone Christopher Maltman as Beaumarchais, baritone Lucas Meachem as Figaro, and Patti LuPone as Samira. Darko Tresnjak directed the production. Mark Donahue, Fred Vogler, and David L Williams engineered the recording. The two-CD album and digital download are on the Pentatone label's new American Operas series. The Metropolitan Opera commissioned The Ghosts of Versailles to celebrate its 100th anniversary and debuted it in 1991 to ecstatic reviews and a sold-out run. This grand opera buffa, with a libretto by William M. Hoffman, has continued to win over audiences and critics alike with many performances and new productions for a quarter-century. More: -Preview and order the recording -Browse the full score online -Buy the vocal score and libretto Photograph: BEN GIBBS / LA Opera

Harts Signs to Washington Square / Razor & Tie

The rising Melbourne singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Harts has signed to Washington Square Music, an imprint of Razor & Tie. Fusing pop, funk and psychedelic rock seamlessly through his eclectic musicianship and production work, Harts has mesmerized fans, critics and even the late Prince who proclaimed, “he reminds me of myself at that age.” Harts has charmed audiences from Pinkpop Festival to SXSW 2016 with his Hendrix-influenced guitar style, dance-oriented tracks and impressive showmanship. His most recent accomplishments include being GQ Australia’s Artist of the Year (2016), as well as having several songs featured on Triple J’s desired ‘Hit List.’ Both Harts and Washington Square / Razor & Tie Co-Owner Cliff Chenfeld reflect on the announcement: “It's no secret the US birthed and nurtured a lot of the music and artists that influenced me to become what I am today,” said Harts. “I've had my heart set on establishing myself, and a fan base for myself here for many years. I'm thrilled to now be working with the team at Washington Square to make that happen. I'm excited for the journey ahead and I'm looking forward to spending time, finding success in the US.” “Harts is a sensation,” says Washington Square/Razor & Tie Co-Owner Cliff Chenfeld. “It is rare to see a new artist who both can write amazing, undeniable songs and play every instrument on his album. Harts is the real deal and we are very excited to be his partner.” Look out for the U.S. debut of Smoke Fire Hope Desire this summer and watch HARTs’ first video release “Power” here. For more information, visit Washington Square Music.

Max Richter Releases "Three Worlds: Music from Woolf Works"

Max Richter’s Three Worlds: Music from Woolf Works has just been released today via Deutsche Grammophon, a concept album inspired by and in tribute to, the acclaimed English author Virginia Woolf. The anticipated record reflects Richter’s recent score for the award-winning Wayne McGregor’s ballet triptych Woolf Works. Pairing with the performance, the album is also divided into three separate sections, each representing a different novel from Woolf (Mrs Dalloway, Orlando & The Waves). The textured work covers an array of musical styles, ranging from orchestral to electronic and additionally features interludes from Woolf herself, which are the only recordings of her voice known to survive. After receiving rave reviews from its original premiere in 2015, Woolf Works (featuring The Royal Ballet) is currently having its revival this January 21 – February 14th 2017, with a worldwide broadcast set for February 8th. Watch the video for Richter’s first Woolf Works single, “In The Garden” below.

The Gold Setting Announce Debut EP

The powerhouse voice of The Gold Setting is LIZA COLBY. Channeling sensual 1960's soul, 1990s R&B, and the swagger of Tina Turner, The Gold Setting boasts a fluid cast of all-stars including multi-instrumentalist/composer/arranger Todd Simon, Grammy-nominated producer Adam Berg, and songwriter/producer/musician Richard Rudolph. Today, The Gold Setting announce their debut Volume and Tone EP set for release on April 7th and reveal the infectious first single "Being Without You" via Galore. Text Credit: broadwayworld.com

Oscars 2017 - Hauschka and Dustin O’Halloran Nominated for Best Original Score (Lion)

The 2017 Oscar nominations are in! Hauschka and Dustin O’Halloran are among those nominated for Best Original Score, for their collaborative work within the film Lion. According to Forbes, there are five first-time nominees within the category, a rare event for the Academy – which includes both Lion composers. O’Halloran and Hauschka expressed gratitude for the nomination in a shared statement. "We feel extremely honored to receive this Academy Awards nomination and to be acknowledged by The Academy of Motion Pictures, Arts and Sciences. We celebrate this nomination with our friend and colleague director Garth Davis, and the whole creative team and talented cast of Lion. We are grateful that our music supports this magnificent true story of love, determination and family. Saroo’s journey enriched our lives and we hope it will touch audiences watching this beautiful movie around the world, bringing us all closer together." The Academy Awards will air live Sunday, February 26th and will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel.

Hauschka Announces Eighth Studio Album "What If"

Fresh from his Golden Globe and BAFTA nominations for scoring Lion with Dustin O’Halloran, Hauschka has just announced his forthcoming eighth studio album What If. The nine-track record will be released March 31st via City Slang and Temporary Residence Ltd. Hauschka expresses on Facebook, “I’ve dived further into noise and experimentation with electronics on this record, I feel it may be my most radical to date.” The experimental instrumentation unquestionably seems comparable with the album’s previewed subject matter. The What If track list below suggests themes of environmental destruction and thoughts of a post-apocalyptic world, where all basic fundamentals humanity once knew disappears. 01. I Can’t Find Water02. Constant Growth Fails03. My Kids Live On Mars04. I Need Exile05. I Can’t Express My Deep Love06. Nature Fights Back07. Familiar Things Disappear08. Trees Only Exist in Books09. We Live a Thousand YearsWhat If will be available for purchase as a CD, download and vinyl. Pre-order here. As a precursor to the release, Hauschka’s music video “Familiar Things Disappear” recently premiered on Tiny Mix Tapes.

2017 BAFTA Nominees - Dustin O’Halloran, Hauschka and Jóhann Jóhannsson

The 2017 BAFTA Award nominations have just been announced! Dustin O’Halloran, Hauschka (Lion) and Jóhann Jóhannsson (Arrival) have all been nominated within the category of Best Original Music. This will be Jóhannsson’s third consecutive year he is nominated for BAFTA’s Best Original Music – preceded by Sicario (2016) and The Theory of Everything (2015). Hauschka and Dustin O’Halloran are both first-time nominees for their score collaboration on the Garth Davis drama film. The 70th annual awards ceremony will be held on Sunday, February 12th at Royal Albert Hall and will be broadcasted on BBC One. View the full list of nominees here.

The New York Times Interviews Ludovico Einaudi

Between playing an “Elegy for the Arctic” with Greenpeace and being the world’s most streamed classical artist, Ludovico Einaudi is changing the commercial field for contemporary classical artists. His latest release Elements became the first classical album in over two decades to break the Top 15 on the UK charts. When touring internationally this 2016, youthful crowds filled sold out venues and the live instrumentation ranged from steel drums to a water phone. In his recent interview with The New York Times, Einaudi reflects on the viral video that left viewers lost for words, his creative process for composing and his eclectic musical influence that covers everything from African to rock. Elements (Deluxe) Elements (Deluxe), an album by Ludovico Einaudi on Spotify

Adam Berg Produces Emma Sameth’s “2am”

Adam Berg draws 2016 to a close with the stand-out track “2am,” produced with DNTST. The ambient single created for LA-based artist Emma Sameth has generated major buzz over the last two weeks – including an exclusive premiere from EARMILK, reaching #1 on Hype Machine and nailing a spot on Spotify’s Weekly Buzz playlist. Pairing snappy percussion with alternative R&B-inspired vocals, the slow jam still manages to possess an ethereal quality - visualized by the bitbird-released music video below.

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