WL//WH Video Premiere: HECTORINE’s Love “Satellite” Veers off Course

WL//WH Video Premiere  Hectorine

Started in 2016 under the Francophone alias Hectorine, inspired by her late paternal grandmother, San Francisco-based singer and songwriter Sarah Gagnon, fresh from releasing her last June’s ethereal, atmospheric, and art-pop inspired sophomore album “TEARS” via Bay Area independent label Paisley Shirt Records. , has shared a whimsical Music Video, directed by Elyse Schrock (vocalist and drummer of Blues Lawyer/The World), WL//WH is very pleased to premiere.

Sarah‘s rich and deep voice, wrapped in Nico-like lush, dark satin, soberly commands a soul-stirring concoction of sketches from 70s soft rock production and folk melodies that unfurl, in a heady shift of lights and shadows, over a suffused and introspective lyrical tide able of unravelling in enveloping and sinuously poignant emotional nuances, at the same time enchanting and mysterious, exploring “love, loss, nature, and the cosmos.”

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An immersive and introspective folk cradlesong, “Satellite”, is pervaded by an indissoluble sad melancholic aura and bittersweet romanticism, wafting in a rarefied lulling idyll of swinging soft rhythms, deep heart-pulsing bass and airy string swells, whilst a shimmering emotive rippled sea of brittle twinkling guitar melodies reverberate with a dreamlike mesmeric depth around powerful and emotional vocals evoking tragic beauty and heartfelt passion through a captivating stream of wistful longing.

The Elyse Schrock directed soul-stirring video blends dramatic acting, an engaging plot, creative costumes and impeccable editing and construction skills into a far-out daydream about love. Depth defying moods spin hypnotic celestial imagery around a misunderstood space lady whose dream of dancing with a mysterious stranger lands her on the vast shores of the earth looking for a partner. A visually stunning balance of shape and time sets a beautiful backdrop for the dreamy melancholy of the track.

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