Beautifully eerie compositions accompanied by hypnotic vocals and avant-garde creative direction
By Marina Frías Padrón on July 13th 2016
Brooklyn based cellist and singer Kelsey Lu released her new EP Church on July 8th via True Panther Sounds. The experimental artist recorded the EP live during a performance at a church in Brooklyn earlier this year, utilising a loop pedal to layer different textures and motifs of her vocals and cello playing.
Church includes the single ‘Dream’ alongside ‘Empathy’ and ‘Morning After Coffee’, whose recent accompanying visuals are conceptual masterpieces. Lu’s music displays her fluency with the cello in beautifully eerie compositions accompanied by hypnotic vocals and avant-garde creative direction. The combination of all these factors make for a blissful journey of introspection, allowing her music to connect with audiences on both a personal and transcendental level.