Sounds Like: Florence and the Machine, Lykke Li, The National, Bat For Lashes, Feist
Bio: Shenandoah and the Night offers a haunting, noir-ish sound counter-balanced by bursts of joy and infectious energy. Rootsy enough for folk enthusiasts without sacrificing its modernist edge, Shenandoah and the Night cast a wide net across the spectrums of taste and time, blending and blurring a ...See Full Bio
“Premiering today on The Wild Honey Pie is the breathtaking new video for Shenandoah and the Night’s “So Low, So High”. Building on the already gorgeous, string-brimmed track, which was written “during a rather dark period” in Shenandoah Ableman’s life, the video is quite literally an homage to the presence of color and light even in the darkness. Ableman dances and smiles, celebrating progress in the midst of struggle — “Little steps bring us closer, even if it doesn’t seem like it at the time,” she explains. Also, paying tribute to Arthur Russell’s “This Is How We Walk On The Moon”, “So Low, So High” is also an ode to the beauty of courage, a sentiment only further enhanced by this radiant, stunning video. The first line of the song sums up her message nicely, “Hold your head up high with no end in sight…””
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