Celebrating the night of the Full Moon which falls on Friday 19th November, Parabola West sets her latest single free. Flying into the clear and starlit night, Hannah reveals an undying spirit within the compositions panned by Parabola West. This New Zealand based electronic folk artist is a magical destiny for music fans the world over, and the new song only makes us love her sound even more. Hannah has been recorded with the A note at 432 Hz instead of the traditional 440 Hz. This is because the adjusted frequency is said to harmonise with our own human fields.
The music begins with Timpani and Hurdy-gurdy that drones to the thumping drum. Parabola West begins to sing, her folk melodies immediately setting a scene. The timeless feeling of immortal song flies like browning leaves in gusty gales. Beautiful and haunting chorus notes fill the air with mystical charm as forlorn lyrics seek endlessly for the missing. Chapel reverberations and distinctive vocal clarity merge in a mild mannered tempest that flows into eternity.
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