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In the New Year we can’t help but to reflect on the previous year and begin making plans for the year ahead. This song is essentially about the passing of time. How quickly it gets away from us and how the future is yet unknown, but will eventually catch up to us as well. How often we look back on the good times of the past and wish we could relive those moments.
Read more about the thoughts behind this track on Jakki Jelene’s website, in the blogpost; Reflections: Vapor.
For those of you who enjoyed yesterday’s feature for the James Bright album, Little Things, featuring vocals by Rachel Lloyd, you’ll definitely want to check out her newest single Calling! If you love it as much as we do, be sure to purchase the mp3 on Amazon!
Related Post: James Bright – Little Things
“The Underliving” is Priscilla Hernandez’s upcoming new album, currently in its latest stages to be released. Below is a promo trailer, music video and album preview. The preview contains excerpts of 9 of the 16 tracks from the album. The CD will have also a booklet with Priscilla’s own illustrations and art.
OFF THE LANE (MUSIC VIDEO):
MORE ABOUT THE UNDERLIVING:
You are soon going to discover the realm of The Underliving, a shadow of our own, a world of “beings” that never lived but feel very alive and communicate with us through the silence, through our thoughts, through the voice of the wind, that fill with their presence empty spaces, that lives side by side with us, but always veiled and unseen, sometimes protecting us or sometimes misleading us. The Underliving along with “ghosts” and “fairies” are the third kind of creature portrayed in “Yidneth” mythic background. The album portrays the story of a chosen child that can perceive this “Otherworld” and longs to be part of it.
New video and single by JES, “Awaken”! In conjunction with the release of the single, JES is launched the AWAKEN Campaign to encourage people everywhere to do something positive. JES wrote the song “Awaken” about personal strength and embracing the beauty of life. JES is inviting fans to post photos and comments to her social networking sites of their own positive contributions.
Mono formed in 1996 in London and consisted of singer Siobhan de Maré and Martin Virgo on keyboards, synthesizer programming, and production. Originally planning to use the name Tremelux, they chose instead Mono, derived from the title of the Phil Spector release Back to Mono. The band signed a UK-only contract at first with Echo Records, passing up labels like Warner, Island, and London. Their first release, in 1996, was an EP of the song “Life in Mono” and various remixes. and was followed by the Formica Blues album in 1997. In 1998, the use of “Life in Mono” in the soundtrack, trailers, and end credits of the film adaptation of Great Expectations brought greater exposure for the song than ever before, and it became the number one most requested song on US radio stations for weeks following the film’s release.
Now at the height of their popularity, Mono embarked on their only concert tour. After a quiet period, however, the band broke up in 2000. De Maré now sings for Violet Indiana featuring Robin Guthrie of the group Cocteau Twins and has released a number of singles, two albums and a singles collection. More recently, de Maré also founded Pearl Dust, a music management company. Virgo joined International Love Corporation, an unsigned rock band promoted through MySpace and CD Baby, as keyboardist.
As posted previously, Geike Arnaert left Hooverphonic and was replaced by newcomer Noémie Wolfs. Noémie appears on their latest album release, ‘The Night Before’, which is also the title of their first single. This makes their 3rd lead singer (4th if you count Kyoko Baertsoe of Lunascape, who was once their live front vocalist). One thing is for sure, Hooverphonic keeps trucking along and the band members are willing to make adjustments as necessary! What do you think about the new sound and vocalist?