Like the beating of your hearts expanse, Elori Saxl’s single, ‘Wave III’, mystifies as it seeks to enlighten.
A gloating and floating ensemble of winds and parabolic phenomenas, the tangent architecture, muddles itself into a scene of loving truths. A sum of truths, relevant at the root of existence, the cinematic blues and rose tinted alchemy, tingle at the side of sight, mind, and of course, hierarchical matrimony of blithering beauty.
A coalescing of mindful malnutrition, selective in the vastness of the universe, managing to come together in a final flight of extreme heat and wonderment.
You look up. To the blue sky as the white marks of clouds begotten, look back as you, with smiles and maybe some consolation.
Included in the upcoming album ‘The Blue of Distance’, ‘Wave III’ was written in the Adirondack mountains during summer amid lakes, rivers, and moss-laden forest floors, while the other half was conceived on a frozen Lake Superior island in deep winter.