“The One” is a collaboration between TĀLĀ & How To Dress Well and the latest in Yours Trulys & adidas originals #songsfromscratch series. Below you can stream and download for free two different versions of the same song.
The second EP from TALA is out this week digitally with the 12″ available from December 1st 2014. In conjunction with the release we now have visual for “Black Scorpio”, the first track which went online a couple of months back around the announcement of the EP.
Shot at the same time as video for the EP’s lead track “Alchemy“, the Black Scorpio visual takes the themes into a slightly more surreal territory, colour washing the neon energy that it further, taking an almost Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas narrative.
Below you can stream the final track taken from the new EP from TALA, out today on Aesop. “Unfinished Business” is the perfect pre-cursor of what else TALA will challenge us with next. In case you missed it, check out the video for EP cut “Alchemy” here.
Here’s the stunning video for TĀLĀ’s “Alchemy“, directed by Studio Moross who work with TĀLĀ across all her vibrant artwork.
On her debut EP she visited Morocco to film the the video for the EP’s title track, ’Serbia’. Displaying the hustle and colour of the city, its endless characters and energy matched to the urgency of the track’s beat. For Alchemy she’s returned to Morocco with Studio Moross to film the video, depicting a more serene side to the city, this time with open deserts and colour glowing from it’s scorched landscapes still works to exemplify the intensity in TĀLĀ’s sound.
Below you can stream a new track from TĀLĀ, the title track to her new EP ‘Alchemy’, forthcoming on Aesop on November 17th 2014.
Where previous tracks featured her vocals, they were always deeper in the mix and skewed to mask them somewhat… on Alchemy she’s stepping right out front and centre, a bold and revealing step that unmasks TĀLĀ furthermore as the song begins to swirl and envelop, drowning you deep as if into a hypnotic spell, as her voice slowly turns into a siren not unlike that of the fabled Ulysses call. While there’s some many ideas packed into her sound, she always manages to stop it from pouring over and retains a clear and coherent thread through what she’s delivering.