OUT NOW: Berne’s exquisite alt-pop ‘Conversation’ EP + video

OUT NOW: Berne’s exquisite alt-pop ‘Conversation’ EP + video

Video + debut solo EP from Berne – ‘Conversation’

ethereal and enigmatic avant garde pop

Maltese singer-songwriter Berne, former frontwoman of Bletchley Park, released her debut solo EP ‘Conversation’ on 13 November 2015, from which her emotive single ‘In The Woods, also out now, is taken.
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Her endeavours in contemporary music drew her to front the award-winning indie band Bletchley Park topping the charts twice in her home country of Malta, before moving to London, UK, where she is now based.

Berne says, “‘Conversation’ is about relatable situations that are seldom expressed in contemporary music. You will hear about a journey through one’s darkest moments that are vital for progress in ‘In the Woods’; an inner voice expressing distress from its surroundings in a fast-paced ‘Lights’ adorned with eerie primal sounds; an anxious and restless account of seeking closure after death in ‘In the Scene’; and a light, satirical message for completing what has been started in ‘Espresso-Oh’.

Writing, recording and producing ‘Conversation’ was a challenging and revealing experience. In the studio, the songs took a life of their own. Recording in the dark, creating eerie sounds was such an interesting way of being in conversation with oneself.”

Drawn towards writing dark, intriguing and ultimately relatable songs, Berne’s broad vocal range and arresting delivery offer poignancy and drama to linger within your mind long after her tracks have left your ears. Berne is inspired by the realities that surround us in our daily struggles, taking influence from artists such as Regina Spektor, Imogen Heap, Agnes Obel and Marina Diamandis.


See BERNE live:
24 November: The Islington, London
19 December: Spice of Life, London




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OUT NOW: Berne’s exquisite alt-pop ‘Conversation’ EP + video