The Los Angeles singer-songwriter makes a vivid impression on her brand new track from her upcoming EP.
Best known as one half of folk duo Pink & Noseworthy, Los Angeles artist Shanee Pink opts for something more ambitious on her new solo EP Twin Flame, bridging contemporary indie folk with electronic elements and a subtle '80s pop influence. Sunny, adventurous, and exuding a warmth that reflects both her locale and her personality -- she hosts a monthly "Laurel Canyon Music Revival" at the Kibitz Room in Los Angeles to celebrate the local music heritage and continuing that rich tradition -- it's an irresistible combination. Opening track "Brutal Heart", with its insistent beat and irresistible hook, is a wonderful example.
"A Twin Flame is someone who comes into your life and ignites a fire in you; someone who makes you come alive," Pink explains. "We all have twin flames that come and go. The relationships may not last forever, but they awaken our desire to love and be loved. They ultimately remind us of what we've forgotten and trigger the impulse/capacity to create something of value. This album is the result of an encounter with a twin flame. Just a reminder that our hearts can never be broken. Just cracked open."
Twin Flame will be released 28 August. Learn more about Shanee Pink at Facebook.