Parabola West new single “Disappear” with some beautifully abstract visual accompaniment. 

Parabola West new single “Disappear” with some beautifully abstract visual accompaniment. 

“The song is the story of walking with someone through addiction, through the ups and the downs. It’s a complicated journey for everyone involved,” reveals West.

“Disappear” is the first release since West’s 2015 single “Fire,” and both tracks will feature on her upcoming 7-song EP in September.

Add to your Spotify playlist: http://open.spotify.com/album/55cxre6ImJjA5b1YRW2pNK

Bandcamp: https://parabolawest.bandcamp.com

iTunes: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/nz/album/id1248127741?at=1l3v9Tx&app=itunes

Parabola West is an artist who cuts straight to the heart with her crystal vocals and layered melodies. Drawing inspiration from Nordic folk roots, electronica, and organic sounds, this Raglan-based artist is evolving into a soundscape storyteller.

Following the release of her acclaimed single “Fire” in October 2015 and a successful INDIEGOGO crowd funding campaign in 2016, West is now preparing to release her next EP. Recorded with Producer and Engineer Scott Newth at ‘The Porch’ recording studio, the 7-track EP (including “Fire”) will incorporate a range of instrumentation and electronica to take the listener on a journey. The thread of continuity

 

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