Blog entries categorized as “baeilou”
AfroPunk Features Baeilou's New EP, "Inside Under" by Bri
Gothic Folk cellist, Baeilou, takes listeners on a multi-sensory adventure on her new EP, Inside Under. AfroPunk features the EP on their blog, so read more about what they had to say!
Baeilou Announces Single, “Mourning Mantra” by Paul Corsi
Like a bright sun seen through an overcast haze, the new single from baroque singer-songwriter Baeilou is a warning of eventual planetary demise. “Mourning Mantra” uses a staccato cello and a caramel sweet melody to talk about the shifting landscape of earth.
Fresh on the Net Features Baeilou by Bri
Baeilou is a balancing act of talent and intrigue. Read about her single, "Eleanora", on Fresh on the Net's Fresh Faves.
Baeilou Announces Single, “Eleanora” by Paul Corsi
From behind the veil of young love’s ephemeral sweetness, “Eleanora” is the new single from baroque singer-songwriter Baeilou. Using the cello as an otherworldly extension, the melody meanders through a creaking hallway full of cobwebs and flickering lights. It’s lush soundscape creates an eerie, unsteady feeling as the disillusionment of falling in love becomes an all encompassing embrace.
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