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TWS May 2020 W4
BELAU / RAPTURE ft. KIRSTINE STUBBE TEGLBJÆRG (OFFICIAL ANIMATED VIDEO)
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BELAU / RAPTURE ft. KIRSTINE STUBBE TEGLBJÆRG (OFFICIAL ANIMATED VIDEO)

... the uprising electronica duo now returns with an another wanderlust gem from the upcoming and long-awaited sophomore full-length 'Colourwave' featuring the lovely Kirstine Stubbe Teglbjærg former lead singer of acclaimed Danish triphop pioneers Blue Foundation, and now releasing music under the monicker 'Sitrekin. Scroll down for the details! Belau // Péter Kedves, Krisztián Buzás Music: Péter Kedves Vocals, lyrics: Kirstine Stubbe Teglbjærg Mixing: Gábor Biksi (Gainlab Studios) Mastering: Csaba Szőke (Gainlab Studios) Artwork: Krisztián Buzás Video: Gergő Rivasz DIGITAL ACCESS / STREAMING Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2YHJTwW Apple Music: https://apple.co/3fvgJan Deezer: https://bit.ly/3cgmvL9 BE SOCIAL website: http://www.belaumusic.com/ facebook: https://facebook.com/belaumusic/ instagram: https://instagram.com/belau_music/ bandcamp: https://belau.bandcamp.com/ e-mail: contact@belaumusic.com LYRICS I wanna live light and freely I wanna move with ease I want the pleasure back in my bones And I wanna pour like a river Knowing the secret ways of the flow, of the flow Every cell a shivering rapture I wanna drown in a symphony The roar of the sea Meet me in the early mor’n Shed the things that weighs you down If you wanna fly, just let it fall (just let it fall) What will be my name and who will I be (Pour like a river) When I shed everything that's weighing me down? And I wanna rest among trees Feeling the seasons turn At one with the pace of plants And I wanna pour like a river Knowing the secret ways of the flow, of the flow Every cell a shivering rapture I wanna drown in a symphony The roar of the sea Meet me in the early mor’n Shed the things that weighs you down If you wanna fly, just let it fall (just let it fall) What will be my name and who will I be (Pour like a river) When I shed everything that's weighing me down? Pour like a river... Build a fortress Raise a land Serve it with My head, my heart and my hands
Lord Only Knows
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Lord Only Knows

Stream & Download "Lord Only Knows": https://backl.ink/LordOnlyKnows Pre-Order/Save 4: https://backl.ink/BBD4 "Getting things off to a glorious start with heavyweight guitars and lush hooks, "Lord Only Knows" is a mission statement set to major-keyed avant-pop music. According to Bates, "It starts like Whitesnake and ends like Liberace," reflecting a renewed interest in heavy-metal (see also: some breakthrough sessions with Dhani Harrison.) “Through therapy and proper medication, I’d hit a new place as a conscious being. Being of service was this warm, bright light that I wanted to be near. This song is that to me. When I close my eyes I see the shape, colors and probability waveform of where I’m trying to go. If that makes sense.” Created and Directed by Adam Osgood. "This is the third music video I’ve created for Big Black Delta over a period of 6 years, so working on “Lord Only Knows” was an opportunity for me to revisit characters and themes from “Huggin & Kissin” and “Bitten by the Apple.” What I love about the track for "Lord" is that it starts with a scream, and the first time I heard it, I immediately knew the story had to have a dramatic change in those first couple seconds. Because I wanted to return to the father/daughter relationship that was explored in the earlier music videos, I had to come up with a way to link back up to the previous stories about being lost in space. The last time we saw the father character, he was a god-like being hurtling towards earth as an asteroid. I thought it would be an interesting twist if it turned out that he was the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs. I’m (unfortunately) preoccupied with apocalyptic thoughts during most of my waking hours, and wanted to parallel that Mesozoic destruction with my real-life worries about nuclear warfare. Including the Liberace character was an idea from Jon that I thought was brilliant, and incorporating something zany into this tale was a great way to counter the darkness. Jon Bates is masterfully talented and I’m incredibly grateful to have collaborated with Big Black Delta for a third time." - Adam