Daughter In Sunset Landfill

Posted: April 13, 2011 in Indie, Landscape, Music, Photography, Pop
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Vineyard Sunset by Geoffrey Hudson

It’s always fantastic to find a new female vocal that can send shivers down your spine. Elena Tonra a.k.a. Daughter is just that, and hopefully about to burst on the scene. Based in London, she has released the ‘His Young Heart’ EP (available on Bandcamp), from which I have pulled out Landfill. The whole EP is a showcase for her vocal talent, and mirrors the potential I remember from Laura Marling’s first album ‘Alas, I Cannot Swim’.

Landfill is lyrically profound, and I wanted a sense of torment in any image I selected to match. Many lyrics depict the highs and lows of a relationship. When I came across Vineyard Sunset by Geoffrey Hudson I let out a little yelp of joy (imagine a hamster who is joyous if you will). The sky is apocalyptic, in contrast to the beautiful vineyard on the ground. When I gave a second listen to the song along with the image, it was time to blog. Geoffrey has even more landscape and seascape photography on his site, so check out both artists via links below…

Daughter info: SoundCloud, Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, YouTube, Bandcamp

Geoffrey Hudson info: Main Site

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