clear transition toward darker melancholic atmospheres. From lullabies to plaints,
combining soft and harrowing timbers steeped in sorrow and anger, it plays on
entranced vocal loops, bewitching pianos and weighted beats. The five tracks are
fitted with subtle arrangements and precise mixing, accompanied by a powerful
remix of “Escape” done by the talented French beatmaker Al&#39;Tarba.
The EP assembles a collection of eclectic cultural experiences and musical
influences. Her global network of musicians enabled her to team up with Elia M,
who infused his mastery of industrial techno and dark trip-hop into their music.
The album is full of glitched-out twists and turns, with Bonnie’s dynamic vocals
guiding the way. “Mallory” tells a story of a girl “forsaken by existence” who
Bonnie met in a creepy Parisian bar, while “We Should Go to Sleep As The Birds
Are Singing” recounts walking home on a tranquil morning after partying all night.
Altogether, the album creates a dark and churning cinematic experience for vivid