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eüsh ‘Song For Carmel’ : In turn, loving and supporting, harder than ever before.

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Sean van Doornum is the delectable sound and lyrical shimmer you hear within ‘Song For Carmel’. ‘Song For Carmel’ was written for Sean’s mother dealing with MS (multiple sclerosis).

His project eüsh, is finishing up an 11 track album ‘Fever Dreams’. The Australian was inspired by the works of Australian Indigenous academic and art critic Tyson Yunkaporta.

Just like ‘Song For Carmel’, the deeply enriched vibes of it all, resonate throughout the album, as the calming and enlightened vocal arrangement of Sean’s bring the shine to the dance, of emotive aplomb and sparkle.

Let the tantric strums of ‘Song For Carmel’ get you through the day, by not sugar coating the difficulties, but embracing the sadness. In turn, loving and supporting, harder than ever before.

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Heya Fam! How’s everyone holding up during these difficult times??? ⁣ I hope you’re all keeping creative and looking out for each other as best you can. ⁣ ⁣ I’m back in Aus in self-quarantine, which is a perfect time to finish up some old projects. ⁣ So tomorrow I’m releasing a single from an EP I’ve been working on for a minute. The single is a cover of one of my all-time fave songs that I’ve been wanting to record for some time. I’m not going to give it away just yet but I hope fans of the band enjoy this version, and those uninitiated with the song might find as much joy in it as I have had in the original. ⁣ ⁣ Anyway, I hope you all enjoy the single and stay safe and healthy and hopefully we can all get back to gigging and touring and recording together ASAP. ⁣ 📸 @mikebloomphoto ⁣ #eush #eushmusic #newmusic #EP #outlierinnrecording #covid19 #selfisolation #content #unsignedartist #quarantine #musiccover #80sgoth #faith #likeaversion #rrr #fbiradio #2ser #doublejradio #wfmu #claypigeon #catskills #nyc

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