WATCH: Rebecca Pidgeon Shares Video For “Svayambhu”

New album, Parts of Speech Pieces of Sound, out September 23rd

Rebecca Pidgeon (Image: Toy Canteen Records)

Fans of Kate Bush and FKA Twigs alike would be wise to seek out the sounds of Rebecca Pidgeon.

On her tenth full-length album of sensuous Art Pop, Parts of Speech Pieces of Sound, the veteran storyteller, singer, multi-instrumentalist and actress taps into the ongoing communication between body, mind and spirit through vibrations and energy.  

The album, recorded in Los Angeles with co-producer Fernando Perdomo, illuminates the connection between her art and her explorations of the sacred science behind yoga practice. 

And Rock & Roll Globe is proud to premiere the video for the single “Svayambhu,” a highlight of this ten song set, this afternoon on the site.

“The dance in this video is Kathak, one of the eight forms of Indian classical dance, originating in the north in the Uttar Pradesh region,” Pidgeon explains in regards to the choreography in the video. “The word ‘Kathak’ means ‘story,’ and here we are telling the story of the legend of Brahma. The song is part of a series of songs I wrote inspired by Chakra theory in yoga, Brahma being the deity associated with this particular Chakra called ‘muladhar,’ meaning ‘root’ chakra. The choreography is by Sonia Chaudhuri, the dancer is Mohera Narimetla. The cinematography is by David Bradley. The video was directed by Benno Nelson.”

Parts of Speech Pieces of Sound is being released on CD, digital download and via streaming platforms on Toy Canteen Records, September 23. 

 

VIDEO: Rebecca Pidgeon “Svayambhu”

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