Posts Tagged ‘fenne lily’

April 11, 2018

A car park normally seems rather boring and mundane. After all, it’s a simple structure that keeps our automobiles safe from the elements, or bird poop, too. I really wish I had a car park here at work, where my car gets bombarded by bird poop. Car parks suddenly take on a romantic allure and a whole lot of magical enchantment as the namesake of Fenne Lily’s latest single. The singer songwriter from Bristol is as enamoring as she’s ever been with her rye, honeyed voice on the folksy strummer. Though Car Park is a gently ambling tune, it packs a lot of restless turmoil and emotion within its poignant yet hopeful lyricism. Car Park’s intimate confession is an optimistic light at the end of the tunnel, an atonement that offers a charming taste of the lauded artist’s just released debut album On Hold, available through Fenne Lily’s website, here.

September 30, 2017

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 09.27.2017 – 09.28.2017

Featured Music – September 27-28, 2017
(excluding tracks not available on Soundcloud)

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September 28, 2017

This is a song that Fenne Lily has been playing live for some time under a working title, but the English singer songwriter now shares the beautifully haunting tune with the world as Three Oh Nine. We first found out about Fenne Lilly but a few months ago when she released her last folk inflected single, What’s Good. Now the Bristol artist is back with that whiskey-honeyed voice and a phenomenally lush yet fragile and vulnerable aria like this smoky bewitching one to pull on our hearts. Three Oh Nine can also be streamed via Spotify, here. Rumors of a debut album are afloat. Keep up with Fenne Lily on her website, here.

July 28, 2017

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 07.26.2017 – 07.27.2017

Featured Music – July 26-27, 2017
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July 27, 2017

What’s Good cuts deep with its melancholia and loneliness, but it also takes my breath away with its pristine beauty and stripped down acoustics. The song is described as being about the loneliness of realizing you want somebody more than they want you, and its new video, Fenne Lily’s first ever, captures that isolation and powerlessness by depicting the artist playing team sports by herself. The English singer songwriter has released three folk inflected songs in the past year, and each one has been a raw and intimate experience. You can listen to her prior singles on Soundcloud, here. Fenne Lily’s breathy vocals are like a tender, gentle dance of sorrow atop of her soft guitar strums. My heart is left quivering and aching in her music’s wake. What’s Good is available via major outlets, here.