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Faradays Release “Snow”

Faradays is the project of songwriter and physicist Karindra Perrier. She shares her fascination for time, the world, and life itself in both music and science. Honest and vulnerable songwriting is her forté, yet her songs instil a sense of life to the listener, all told with a distinct, soaring vocal that carries the emotional urgency to easily pull you in.

The Dutch band debuted in 2018 with the singles Real and Promise that were well received by fans and critics alike, garnering them a nomination as one of the promising talents of the year by the biggest national indie blog 3VOOR12. Their passion took them on tour across the Netherlands with over thirty shows, including opening for The Japanese House and Blaudzun. Always looking to improve their talents and progress, the band is currently being coached by Koen van de Wardt, frontman of Klangstof.

Their debut EP, recorded with producer Simon Akkermans (Binkbeats, Sabrina Starke, Mister and Mississippie), is ready for release in 2019 and to whet appetites for the project, Snow is releasing February 15th. An effervescent electro-pop tune that addresses the temporariness of life, Snow encourages listeners to make the most of each day through stellar songwriting metaphor.

Snow marks the first Faradays video release of 2019 as well, coming March 1st.

Speaking to the motivation behind Snow, Faradays share:

All of us are here temporarily, like snow falling from the sky. So now that we are here: let’s dance before we touch the ground.

Stream here

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Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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