Leading up to its release, symphonic rock songstress Bella D has showcased the prowess of her upcoming full-length album, "The Crystal Ceiling", out next Friday, May 13, 2016. Alongside her musical teammate and producer / co-writer / drummer Charlie Zeleny (otherwise known by DRMAGDN and for his work with Dream Theater's Jordan Rudess, Blotted Science, Behold the Arctopus and others), Bella D has created a world of her own with her steampunk-inspired lyrics and haunting melodies.
With the recent release of unforgettable tracks "Invincible", "End of The World", "The Crystal Ceiling", and "There's No Room For You", Bella D and DRMAGDN have already proven the unique songwriting ability within their musical pairing. Kicking it up a few notches, the pair has once again demonstrated their rare talents by taking something amazing and re-interpreting it, as established with their darkened and haunting interpretation of Muse's monster hit "Starlight", out now.
Get your first taste of "Starlight" now via Bella D's first music video, available for viewing now exclusively via Loudwire's "New Music Showcase": http://loudwire.com/new-music-showcase-exclusive-premieres-from-bella-d-the-giraffes-vesuvius/
***Listeners should note that "Starlight" is not available on the upcoming album, "The Crystal Ceiling", and can only be purchased via iTunes as a single. As of now, Bella D's cover of"Starlight" is charting within the Top 50 on the iTunes New Release Rock Chart. Download your copy of the track here.
Bella D states:-
"When we reinvented Muse's "Starlight," the gravity and darkness brought a new and deep meaning to the song. There is longing and sadness in our version of someone desperately trying to find their way home. The song starts small but ends in a musical supernova that triumphantly heralds an epic and exciting future that lies ahead."
Zeleny (DRMAGDN) adds:-
"This "Starlight" Remix "Bella D ft. DRMAGDN" arrangement is the ultimate tribute to a favourite Muse song where we reinvented the mainstream original version to make it sound even more epic like other big Muse tracks. There are echoes of Massive Attack, Dubstep / EDM influences and a huge cinematic sound of full orchestra, rock band, tons of electronics and tons of epic drums. This song is also a product of the future: Not a single member recorded in the same room together and recorded all their parts virtually through the internet."
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