UK Artist of the Week: Fiona Soe Paing

With her debut album out next month, innovative artist Fiona Soe Paing has already been receiving acclaim from the likes of Mary Ann Hobbes and Tom Robinson, and wowing crowds with her unique live performances. On the new album Alien Lullabies, the half-Burmese, half-Scottish electronic producer and vocalist creates utterly unique soundscapes.

Influenced by artists such as Bjork and The Knife, Soe Paing creates beguiling tracks filled with off-kilter vocals and haunting electro vibes. Actually a soundtrack to a fantastical live performance consisting of 3D animation and cinematic scenes, Alien Lullabies is an eerie cacophony of strangely beautiful, intensely intriguing music.

With previous releases including a track sung in Burmese for the Sound Of The World compilation by the late, legendary musicologist Charlie Gillet, Fiona’s hoping to captivate the ears of many with her latest offering.

Alien Lullabies, the upcoming album from Fiona Soe Paing, is out 12th September 2016 via Colliderscope.

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