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Soft Focus

by Iris Leu

Long-awaited EP from the "wildly talented" (Dallas Observer) Iris Leu features 6 new tracks combining piano & vocal narratives with Ableton sound design. Selections expand the pop-classical genre with a fresh approach towards modern songwriting.
Genre: Pop: Piano
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1. Mr. H
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2. Crankybear
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3. One Year Deep
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4. Vetiver
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5. Soft Focus
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6. Sheep Don't Roar
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Soft Focus is the new EP from songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Iris Leu.

Her 2009 release Hushaboo launched her into the Dallas music scene, winning her the Next Big Thing award from Quick Magazine (Dallas Morning News). After select high profile shows, she joined Chameleon Chamber Group (composed of The Polyphonic Spree members), an electro-acoustic foursome that presented classical repertoire thru amplified instruments. This, along with a heart break, expanded her songwriting experimentation which gave way to these six new blunt and beautiful songs.

Combining the creative talent of longtime collaborator Hanzu (Hendrick) and Kevin D. Brown (Boys Named Sue, Romp Almighty), Soft Focus is piano and vocal narrative at its best, Iris Leu in her finest hour.

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