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Three People

 

'Three People' is the first single from Elven Bird's latest album, The Japanese Tree.
The style of this particular song is a mix of indie folk,
blues and gospel melted into a melody of revolution,
inner conflict, strife and contemplation.

 

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Woodelves

 

'I love your eyes, your lips, your ears
We want to live four hundred years
A little house in that old wood
It's all we want and all we should'

 

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Berceuse Roumaine

 

Based on the lyrics of a Romanian poet, Iulia Hasdeu,
the story is centered on the symbols of the child, water,
the sound of a Japanese bell marking the beginning of meditation.

 

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Healing

 

I can see the world ahead
And for the first time
In a long time
I can see myself.

 

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Lilies

 

 

Five years old
first time playing the piano with an audience
Childhood memeries on old tape, gone by
When all was well and safe and right.

 

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the Waste of Flowers

 

to sing of the ephemeral substance
of both the natural and the human inhabited world.
In this context, picking up a flower can be a metaphor for ending a life.

 

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Kites & Butterflies

 

A fantasy music video, placed in two opposite but connected worlds,
the story of a journey between them, to find your true selves in between.

 

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Never letting go of your hand

 

Lyric video for 'Never letting go of your hand',
a gentle ambiance and piano song
from Elven Bird's album 'The Japanese Tree'.

 

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Slow down the time

 

The song is composed having a true story in mind
and the video thus emulates a very fond memory of a loved one.
So it may be subject to the passing of time and this shows in the way the image was treated.

 

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Only God can make a tree

 

Sometimes life is like a mystical journey through the forest,
walk below the trees as if each one is one of your dreams.
What is given, what is taken, comes or leaves with the light that makes those trees grow.

 

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Music by Elven Bird