Holly Arrowsmith shares new song & video for 'Every Kingdom'

Today Holly Arrowsmith reveals a slow-burning musical meditation in her third new single ‘Every Kingdom’, accompanied by a gorgeous, panoramic visual story that unfolds around the juxtaposition of when the dark meets the light; when the cold succumbs to eventual warmth - a continuous cycle.

“Winding down the Californian coast, I first penned what would become a verse of this meditative song,” Arrowsmith says of the song. “I wanted to try a new approach to my usual style of writing, and let my mind skip from idea to idea, without them necessarily needing to correlate. It is a cycling, ambient song - quite different to my other work. We played with these qualities in the recording process, hoping people would get pleasantly lost in the song’s cyclical nature. Loss and regeneration.”

The video was filmed and directed by Andrew Hewson in the tranquil wilderness of Arthur’s Pass, while the song itself was recorded by Ben Edwards (The Sitting Room) and Steve Roberts, and produced by Edwards and Tom Lynch.

Get immersed in the quiet magic of A Dawn I Remember in this latest offering from one of New Zealand’s most intriguing folk singer-songwriters of the last decade, set to be released on Friday June 22nd.

  Tracklisting   The Gardener  Winter Moon  Farewell  Love Together  A View From Above  Every Kingdom  Crying Woman  Autumn  Slow Train Creek

Tracklisting

The Gardener

Winter Moon

Farewell

Love Together

A View From Above

Every Kingdom

Crying Woman

Autumn

Slow Train Creek