Kaia Kena | Visual Concept Album

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Visual Concept Album

by Kaia Kena

Indie-electronic Visual EP - Imogen Heap style cinematic soundscapes mixed with Banks dark-pop influences and Ellie Goulding vocals
Genre: Electronic: Folktronic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Driftwood
3:43 album only
2. Thorns
3:33 album only
3. Rearranged
3:04 album only
4. It's Right
3:16 album only
5. I See You
4:05 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Kaia Kena's New 5-Song Indie-electronic EP project embraces a multi-disciplinary showcase of music/film/fashion/dance/stage design.

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The "Visual Concept Album" is Kaia Kena's first music & video multi-media collaboration. Working with Massif Media in Denver, CO, the VCA is a five video Visual EP of her new indie-electronic sound. Formerly a singer-songwriter, this is also the first EP Kaia Kena has both performed & produced herself. The first video was released November 2016, while the remaining 4 videos will be released individually in Fall 2017 and early 2018. A Kickstarter was launched through October 2016 to raise $5,000 with overwhelming support. Video 1 "Driftwood" shows a whimsical natural world with some some ominous undertones for the videos to follow.

A word from Kaia:
“The songs I started messing around with were naturally, simple "Remixes" of my acoustic songs, which were never created to be released. Yet, I was so taken with them, and I knew that they were telling a story. The more I listened to them, I wasn't just creating music, I was creating worlds, magical places that were real to me, somehow depictions of these places I have been in my life that initially brought me to write these songs. The story is not glamorous, as many are not. A fairy tale with a dark dungeon, a captivity, broken after a seemingly beautiful eternity, healing by the light of self-forgiveness and hope.”



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