Blogathon: White Prism – “Siren Calls” (Video)

31 Jan

White Prism Siren Call

Last time we featured Joanna Cranitch’s Kate Bush-ian alter-ego, White Prism, we were a little confused about a forthcoming release date for an EP that was already out. Turns out it’s because her gorgeous eponymous release is set for a UK specific outing, complete with bonus track. So we’ll be buying it again no doubt.

The EP is due for its UK debut in March and in readiness, Cranitch has been sharing a couple of new videos. Last time out was ”Song 52” and the latest is for the gossamer smooth “Siren Call”.

Her voice is one that could soothe the proverbial beast, send raging children off to a blissful sleep and make a terrible day at work seem a whole lot better. The video is reminiscent of an art installation, blurred vision and soft spotlights complementing Cranitch’s gorgeous vocals as they drift out from within the room, across land and sea, calling to sailors around the world and beckoning them to her; captivating them, and us, with her delicate melodies, soothing harmonies and delightful vocals.

We may have been confused at first, but any opportunity for more people to discover her mellifluous and sublime sounds is good enough for us.

A bonus track edition of the ‘White Prism’ EP will be released in the UK on 24 March and can be pre-ordered here.

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