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Snowflakes are falling, knitwear is finding its way out of the closet, and the frost is biting our noses – winter has arrived!
Glass is inspiring artists all the time, and not just in the ways you think. Glass has inspired this rising singer/songwriter so much, that she asked to sample our sounds of glass for her latest EP. The beauty and purity of glass is inspiring artists across every medium, every day.
Looking for your new favourite music artist? Well, look no further! We at Friends of Glass are thrilled to announce the release of up-and-coming singer/songwriter Phildel’s new EP, ‘The Glass Ghost’.
Recently, Phildel approached us about sampling some of the sounds from our website www.soundofglass.com…and, and the rest—they say— is history! Already garnering reviews from music buffs like,
“It’s a clever and beautiful combination of new music, with a twist that somehow pulls on your heart-strings” – DWFmedia.com
“…Winter is imminent and Phildel’s delicious new EP ‘The Glass Ghost’ will have you embracing the cold and enjoying the icy loveliness that it brings” – BBMlive.com
We are excited that our good friend Phildel’s music is getting the praise it so rightly deserves!
You actually might already be familiar with Phildel’s work and not even know it! Her music has accompanied many well-known brand averts like: Persil and Osmo washing powder, Marks & Spencer’s, Expedia and even Apple iPad. For this EP, Phildel was looking to capture “a snow-globe world, a dark fairy tale landscape”. Take a look at this trailer to see how Phildel and make-up artist Klaire De Lys (recently featured in The Guardian Observer as a new phenomenon having acquired an impressive 75 million YouTube hits for her inspired imaginative make-up looks) collaborate to create a unique wintery fairy-tale landscape
Impress your friends with your fabulous music taste by picking up ‘The Glass Ghost’ at https://www.musicglue.com/phildel/, and tell us what your favourite song is on Facebook or tweet us @FriendsofGlass.