World Music: Cibelle, "Green Grass"

World Music: Cibelle, "Green Grass"

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(Brazil) Cibelle was born in Sao Paulo and is considered one of Brazil's most creative and hard to classify artists. She was the main vocalist in "São Paulo Confessions" the landmark album of Brazilian Electronica. She now resides in the UK. Although the lyric "Lay your head where my heart used to be, Hold the earth above me, Lay down in the green grass, Remember when you loved me." can be take simply as a lyric of lost love, "Green Grass" is in fact a poetic rumination on love after death by Tom Waites. Cibelle's rendition is delicate and understated, with tinkling bells and occasional harp notes punctuating her ethereal vocal. The result is an infinitely moving and intimate statement. The rotoscoped animation was created by Gustavo Guimaraes and Adams Carvalho.

World Music: Cibelle, "Green Grass"

-Download on iTunes
-Buy the album

(Brazil) Cibelle was born in Sao Paulo and is considered one of Brazil's most creative and hard to classify artists. She was the main vocalist in "São Paulo Confessions" the landmark album of Brazilian Electronica. She now resides in the UK. Although the lyric "Lay your head where my heart used to be, Hold the earth above me, Lay down in the green grass, Remember when you loved me." can be take simply as a lyric of lost love, "Green Grass" is in fact a poetic rumination on love after death by Tom Waites. Cibelle's rendition is delicate and understated, with tinkling bells and occasional harp notes punctuating her ethereal vocal. The result is an infinitely moving and intimate statement. The rotoscoped animation was created by Gustavo Guimaraes and Adams Carvalho.

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