Los Angeles primarily based indie noir singer-songwriter Skylet Gunner simply launched her new single “Freak Present Magnificence” from her upcoming EP Serpent Soul. Finest recognized for her moody, nostalgic songs which might be harking back to 90s indie pop icons corresponding to Rubbish, Suzanne Vega, and Amy Winehouse, the gifted artist attracts on inspiration from the previous combined along with her personal distinctive model and twist, leading to an articulate and delightful collision of eclectic sounds.
In “Freak Present Magnificence”, Skylet Gunner embraces her darkness and imperfections for a sultry and seductive listening expertise. Her daring lyricism over moody, classic model soundscapes gently pulls the listener right into a kaleidoscopic trance. On the music, Gunner confides, “My favourite half is the Velvet Underground-ish bridge the place I sing trippy ambient vocals with some uncooked lyrics: “A bit broken, a little bit misplaced. A bit nasty, wasted or not. A bit baggage, one other shot. Maintain it nasty, tearin’ it up”. The music jogs my memory of a creepy classic carousel that’s about to interrupt down. Like a rickety carousel, we frequently circle across the identical shit and repeat dangerous patterns in relationships with others and with ourselves. Nevertheless it’s as much as you to resolve whenever you soar off and burn the place the down or grasp on for pricey life. And let’s be trustworthy, we’re all dwelling in some form of freak present. It’s only a matter of discovering these whose scars complement our personal, and seeing the wonder in all of the ugliness.” An ideal late night time pay attention, the music is dance-infused, cathartic, alluring enjoyable.
Skylet Gunner is a local New Yorker who at the moment resides in Los Angeles. As a celebrated songwriter, she has been chosen for writing camps everywhere in the world in addition to touchdown placements in TV, movies, and animated exhibits. Most lately, Gunner was solid as legendary Amy Winehouse in 27, a musical tribute honoring musicians who’ve died on the age of 27. “Freak Present Magnificence” is from her extremely anticipated EP Serpent Soul, which is ready for launch later this 12 months.