Track Of The Day: Farao – ‘Lula Loves You’

Opulent electronics and lyrical resilience combine on Farao‘s latest track ‘Lula Loves You’. The Berlin by-way-of Norway multi-instrumentalist & producer has shared the single (taken from her upcoming album Pure-O, released October 19th via Western Vinyl) alongside a self-directed analog-shot video.

Speaking of the track, Farao says: “Loosely based on the movie Wild At Heart by David Lynch, ‘Lula Loves You’ is about resilience in the face of adversity – fighting for something in less than ideal conditions.” Her use of kaleidoscopic visuals and stoic expressions subtly reflects the context of the song.

Pure-O, Farao’s sophomore album, is a prog-pop exposition on the curious dichotomy between beauty and destructiveness in sex and relationships, observing “How so often the thing that sparks our passions is the constant need to hide from one to find the other.” Farao notes, “I’ve felt like that. Like an addict seeking a fix.”

One thing’s for sure, Farao’s prog-pop sounds are an uplifting fix designed to elevate and inspire in equal measure. Listen to ‘Lula Loves You Below’ and catch Farao live at Sebright Arms on October 17th.

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Photo credit: Maxime Imbert

Kate Crudgington
@KCBobCut

Track Of The Day: Farao – ‘The Ghost Ship’

“It’s about losing a sense of direction, your fate being driven by something out of your control,” explains Farao about her latest single ‘The Ghost Ship’. With her floaty electronic sounds and magnetic beats, it’s easy to get lost in the multi-instrumentalist’s brand new track.

Originally from Norway but now based in Berlin, Farao has recently signed to Western Vinyl and is currently working on a new album, with more details to be released soon. “‘The Ghost Ship’ is about seeing the end of a relationship as an empty vessel, floating endlessly and eternally into nothingness,” Farao continues. Despite the sad context, the single is a hopeful, upbeat offering.

Listen to the track below and follow Farao on Facebook for more updates.

Photo credit: Kevin Bourland

Kate Crudgington
@KCBobCut