ReviewOctober, 21st 2016
The lyrics of the song are literally about nothing. Indeed. Actually. How can be associated together: a light of diamond in the gaze and a piece of a cheese for a lunch? If you think they are, think again of cooperation between birds, inquisitors, everyday desires, dewy tale, dance, whispering, and drinking blood. Oh my, these aren’t interrelated anyhow!
Okay, so who is a girl? Julia Shammas Holter was born in 1984 (she is 31) and performs in these genres: baroque pop, art pop, electronic ambient, indie pop & experimental. What she is? A songwriter, singer, composer, record producer, and artist from LA. You have probably heard of her, if you live in USA – her latest album ‘Have You in My Wilderness’ scores the number 3 in the national US Heat (Top Heatseekers). In 2015, she started the official work on the biopic motion picture. This singer has an avant-garde, as they tell, works – she is far beyond the pop flow, which is easily heard and seen in this far too experimental song. ‘This thing is an outspokenly singular and enravishing album, murky but efficacious, impregnated with superlative, swerve songs, offbeat beyond ever sense distinguished or finical. From the title downstairs, you’re amazed by the significance of a craftsman who once appeared stringent and unapproachable nutating you into own macrocosm’ – this is what the performer says of herself and her creation to the press, according to The Guardian. Yes, she was in one rig with Martin Scorsese, who is the executive producer of this film, but hardly she worked with him directly during the production, as they were in way too different worlds – the world of making the music soundtrack and the world of filming the movie itself.
Okay, you may ask us, what does all this information do with the song here? That is our answer: the protagonist experiences the same clumsy and scattered feelings as represented in this song and here is the attempt to understand the sources of ones to tie up one with another. Tell us, what do we know about the singer? A rich girl from LA? That’s not all. What did she do is receiving the proper music education, after which she started to make own albums, and currently she has four of them. The first two were recorded mostly in the silence of her bedroom, as Wiki tells us, but starting from the 3rd one, she works with an ensemble of the singers (almost no one of them have a loud name). And her efforts were satisfied in the fourth album, which has become the breakthrough for a singer. So, who knows, maybe these songs in the soundtrack to the motion picture will become the basis of the fifth album of a singer, which would have an indelible impression on American listeners?
And the other reason why do we pay so much attention to this song is that every other song done by Julia Holter seems like depraved of lyrics, so we should indeed pay attention to reveal her inner cosmos. Reference: Julia Holter signs up to score boxing movie Bleed for This - The Guardian, More info about Julia Holter
Maxim's I lyrics - Julia Holter
Maxim's I Song Lyrics
Classic Disney Part Of Your World
Classic Disney Colors Of The Wind
Classic Disney Kiss The Girl
Classic Disney I'll Make a Man Out of You
Mulan We're All in This Together
High School Musical Somewhere Over The Rainbow
The Wizard Of Oz Pure Imagination
Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory Still Hurting
The Last 5 Years Almost There
Princess and the Frog