Kyrie Kristmanson – Mon Héroïne
A dulcet odyssey into a dimply lit, steamy speakeasy.
Classically trained, multi-instrumentalist, Kyrie Kristmanson, released her dreamy track ‘Mon Herione’ a few short weeks ago. The talented Canadian is a scholar of medieval music and incorporates her understanding of this into her original compositions. She has released a total of three albums, and ‘Mon Heroine’ is the title track of her most recent EP.
The song itself evokes blissful euphoria with velvet-like vocals gliding over simple, yet broken electronic rhythm. Her voice is a rich blend of Lesley Gore & Petula Clark, creating a retro, soothing tone that captures one’s attention immediately. Decorated by echoing backing vocals, ambient additions and subtle jazz instrumentation, ‘Mon Heroine’ is a dulcet odyssey into a dimly lit, steamy speakeasy, hidden underground from the outside world.
Lowkey into this coming from a classical background. Thanks for turning me on to it!
This is right up our alley! Beautiful, drifting melodies and unique, effortless vocals over an edgy electronic beat. Also very curious bow about what all instruments she plays. Definitely going to check out more from Kyrie!
Really beautiful bedtime story! It should be featured on Tim Burton’s movies!
This lovely! Bjork-esque in all the right ways!