Kimbra's forthcoming album, THE GOLDEN ECHO is a vivid, vivacious, and ambitious arc of pop and funk - an album both of youthful exuberance and mature introspection.
Inspired by such diverse artists as Prince, ’70s R&B, ’90s pop, and The Mars Volta, Kimbra's new release marks the full arrival of a distinctive artist.
Front and centre are Kimbra’s own considerable talents as a songwriter, musician, programmer, and singer, but crucial are the contributions by a variety of notables, foremost her co-producer Rich Costey (Muse, Foster the People, Franz Ferdinand), who encouraged her to explore her mad-scientist/sonic-collagist instincts.
Kimbra’s own considerable talents as a songwriter, musician, programmer, and singer are showcased here the contribution of her co-producer Rich Costey (Muse, Foster the People, Franz Ferdinand) encouraged her to explore her eclectic sonic instincts.
Kimbra graces the cover of the NZ Listener this month. You can pre order the album now on iTunes and get ‘90s Music’, ‘Love In High Places’ and ‘Nobody But You’ instantly.