Feminist Dream Pop artist Völuspa pays homage to the original femme fatale on new video for ‘Feel You’

Feminist Dream Pop artist Völuspa pays homage to the original femme fatale on new video for ‘Feel You’

We’ve got the exclusive on Brooklyn based Dream Pop artist Völuspa’s new video for her track ‘Feel You’ via Swedish label Icons Creating Evil Art. Taking influence from contemporaries such as Beach House and Lana Del Rey, Kirsten Knick aka Völuspa has supported the likes of Hot Chip and Spiritualized.
Her moody, washed out new track is paired with visuals that pay homage to the original femme fatale. Kirsten explains that “Feel You tells the story of Lilith, Adam’s first wife who refused to lie beneath him so she left the Garden of Eden for another lover. In Hebrew texts, her name translates to ‘night creature’ or ‘screech owl’. The original femme fatale, she is of the same earth as man and demands to be seen as such. She challenged societal standards even during biblical times. Her body is her power to be wielded how she sees fit. I want to remind women that even though we may live in these bodies, we don’t have to be small, we are expansive and vast.”
Much like her work to date, ‘Feel You’ occupies that tentative bridge between ethereal ambience and a lucid dreamlike experience that aims to excite the hairs on the back of your neck. Mixing a light piano-led feel with minimal percussion, the frontwoman conjures up a feeling of pure warmth that touches the soul as she manages to breathe life into every beat.

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