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|Entertainment - Music|
|Thursday, 20 September 2012 00:20|
In these days of advanced technologies and relatively quick promotion courtesy of the Internet, seems to be an easy matter to produce and release records on their own, however, you also need to have talent, voice, and above all, a unique emotion-grabbing attention of a scout too crowded (let's face it) of new sounds. And emotion is what definitely has plenty to Night Beds, a project we present today as our band Under a week.
Beds Night dates back to 2006, when a resident of Nashville called Winston Yellen began working his first compositions next to a musician friend. However, the project crystallized until late 2010, early 2011, when Yellen finally began to shed those first compositions outputs nights of drinking, reflection and solitude in three EP's self-published: Night beds, Every fire; every joy and Hide from it.
They can hear a sound defined by a voice that sometimes they sound to George Michael, Rufus Wainwright sometimes accompanied by the same instrumentation that has orchestral elements and acoustic guitars, which loops and electronic instruments. The result is melancholy, emotional and intimate, with a finesse that will remind people like James Blake and Bon Iver, but perhaps much more organic (if that's possible), perfect for late nights watching or imagining a forest or a landscape naturally through the window.
And it was precisely that emotion in his music that captivated people Dead Oceans label with which the musician being edited this week a first single "Even If We Try" love song with his falsetto from the first note. The theme is accompanied by a B-side titled "You Were Afraid", composed by the musician when he was 18. Both serve well in advance what will be their first full length, which probably will be released early next year.