New track "Video Daydream" by Freedom Baby

2017-08-18 05:47:33 UTC

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Freedom Baby is a boyfriend-girlfriend duo. They met at a local Toronto show that they both performed at back in 2013. The fell in love with each other's record collections and then with each other. In 2016 they decided to try making records together.

It was after a while of experimenting with electronic sounds and orchestral elements that they came up with “Video Daydream”. The combination of Brianna’s voice paired with Eric’s arrangements creates a dreamy and melancholic experience.

"We arranged the song with a Snakes & Ladder game board as our blueprint. Each melody and instrument snakes and climbs from one place to another and each time you play something new is going to reveal itself. " 


Genre : chamber-pop

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