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Midori Jaeger ‘Sea of Strangers’ : Agitated and comforted by strangers with whom we share spaces in and around the city.

Midori Jaeger

“‘Sea of Strangers’ explores feelings of being both agitated and comforted by strangers with whom we share spaces in and around the city,” stated Midori Jaeger. “How do these people, most of whom we ignore, affect each other, and why is it that sometimes one person who’s not a stranger can crowd your mind more than the hundreds filling the space around you?”

We’d stated about midori: “Swift blending of folk, classical and jazz, define the current work… Accentuating effortlessly the beautifully earthy and organic vibes of her vocals, the beautifully framed bloom of her song, really brings out the highlights of the small footprint we occupy.”

Cellist, singer and songwriter Midori Jaeger loves you with the embers of memories and wisps of sweet-nothings in your pounding heart.A jazz dripping candid rouse, pulsates in notions in this single, as the Fiona Apple-like vibes darken the corners of this heart-punding universe, which Midori has constructed.

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Hey hey 💜 Thank you for the response to Look at Us 🧩 so far. means the world! . . On 25th March I’ll be playing my first ever full band gig to launch the EP, and I’d love you to join us!!💜Come and chat, relax, have a drink, and hear some new and unreleased songs up close at the beautiful @greennotemusic 🌳I’m out of cheap list now but you can book a ticket through this link (also in bio)🛀🏼 . https://www.ticketweb.uk/event/midori-jaeger-ep-green-note-tickets/10250965 . . . Can’t wait to welcome @jessiereidmusic and @dom_ingham 👏👏 who’ll be playing a few of their awesome tunes before, and to announce the full band lineup soon🛎 . . Thanks @alantero 📷 🌵 #singersongwriter #livemusiclondon #whatsonlondon #timeoutlondon #camdentown #whatsoncamden #intimategigs

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