Having grown up in rural Southwest France, Berlin-based singer-songwriter Aliénore creates dreamy, witchy music evocative of the natural world. Her background in fashion design and styling comes through in the way she paints visual pictures with her sonics, and the classical choir training of her youth is reminiscent in her soprano vocals. In her debut EP, Métamorphose, Aliénore sings in both English and French — speaking of transformation, sensuality, and the otherworldly with her vulnerable and honest lyrics.
Out now, the EP introduces the rising star to the world with four key tracks. From the title track through the final song “Salt Of The Earth”, the artist takes us on a mystical journey. A key standout track, “The Water Diviner” showcases Aliénore’s ethereality at its best. Medieval influences run through the song, with organ, flute, and harp sounds complimenting Aliénore’s mesmerising vocals. As mystical as its subject matter, the sonics are enchanting, harmonising, and hopeful as she details a spiritual connection. “It is an ode to a real life Water Diviner who I met in the rural French woods & who has been gifted with the power to find underground water sources through pure intuition,” she explains.
Truly divine, Aliénore takes her listeners to a world of her own with her new EP.
Stream Métamorphose with “The Water Diviner” now…