tracycembor

Writer. Adventurer. Currently working on The Dreamless City, a series of steampunk novels and short stories.

Before I Ever Met You

I think I fell in love a little bit tonight. I just discovered Banks and her two singles “Fall Over” and “Before I Ever Met You.” She has such a wonderful voice, and I love the way it weaves between the beats and the electronica background.

Kiran at Photography and Random Outbursts of my Daily Life turned me on to Banks. Many thanks!!

While I enjoy the first song, this second one is my fav. It’s so moody, and it really matches my, er, mood tonight. Apologies to everyone, but I’m working on our short story project and don’t want to get derailed by too much fun on the Internet. Now it’s back to the spice mines for me. Enjoy!!

6 comments on “Before I Ever Met You

  1. greenembers
    March 21, 2013

    Great stuff! I’m enjoying it! Reminds me a bit of Lana Del Rey.

  2. Carrie
    March 21, 2013

    This is gorgeous! Thank you for the introduction – I love new music!

  3. Laura Hogan
    March 22, 2013

    I agree – love the second track. She sounds a bit like Angie Mattson combined with Florence and the Machine :)

  4. Katie
    March 23, 2013

    Beautiful music.

  5. Przemek Kucia
    March 28, 2013

    Uuu, cool tunes :D Her voice reminds me of Mr. Little Jeans. But who, oh why Spotify can’t have those? Srsly, why? ;)

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Monday through Friday I will be posting about writing as business and craft, the science of creativity, all things steampunk, and progress on The Dreamless City.

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Tracy Cembor attempts to juggle a preschooler and a baby, a full-time job, random geekery, and the writing life. Currently working on The Dreamless City, a steampunk urban fantasy novel. Come join the adventure.
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