|Kimbra streams 90's Music|
2014-05-07 by Lloyd | 26 Comments
|New Zealand-born, Melbourne-based pop songstress Kimbra has released the official audio for her new single '90's Music', which debuted on Australian radio two nights ago. The track features guitar from Muse frontman Matt Bellamy.|
Check it out here:
Bellamy is just one of the guests on Kimbra's as-yet-untitled second studio album, including appearances from Daniel Johns (Silverchair), Van Dyke Parks, Thundercat, Bilal, Omar Rodriguez-López (The Mars Volta), Ben Weinman (The Dillinger Escape Plan), Mark Foster
(Foster The People), Keefus Green, John Legend, along with members of Dirty Projectors,
Unknown Mortal Orchestra and Queens of the Stone Age.
The release of '90's Music' comes off the back of Kimbra's recent announcement of an Australian tour with Janelle Monáe, dubbed "The Golden Electric Tour".
Here is a little taste of what's expected when the duo embark on the journey:
The Golden Electric Tour dates:
May 17 – Forum Theatre, Melbourne
May 19 – Sydney Opera House, Sydney
May 21 – Convention Centre, Brisbane
May 24 – Vector Arena, Auckland
May 26 – The Plenary, Melbourne
inb4 someone complains about the apostrophe being in the wrong spot
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Digging: Raresh - Fabric 78
liked it more on the 2nd play. my favourite thing is still her bitchin' pantaloons though.
i was expecting something soul/funk inspired
So different from Vows already and am really enjoying it.
Mark Foster is also on this track but I don't know what he contributes (I'm guessing vocals) so it's not in the article.
omg i love her
Digging: Stolas - Allomaternal
dat guest list
I really don't like this new song at all
So the video doesn't work...
Digging: Bring Me the Horizon - Sempiternal
yea it got removed because it was a mono version or something, I'll put the new one in now.
i'm on board after 3 listens. i have faith again.
it's just a bit uh... "choppy" idk
Definitely on board with this.
"The track features guitar from Muse frontman Matt Bellamy."
Not much... clearly.
1:28 onwards is pretty damn good. Diggin this so far.
I really don't even like Kimbra, but this is easily the catchiest thing I've heard in many months. New guilty pleasure. I will become a closet fan if the rest of the album is this experimental and neat.
I read an interview from her and she sounds like a really intelligent lady. She wears a lot of her influences on her sleeve, but the song has a lot of texture and is pretty engaging.
A guy from DEP is on here... wut
music video has been released:
dunno what to think but bring on the album
I didn't like it at first, but it grows on you. Great video.
she looks so cute with the pigtails :')
how is greg staff
you haven't used this site for ages, have you?