Lettie and David Baron return with their unique brand of alternative classic and film score influenced indie synthpop, with their latest single Fairy Tale. Fairy Tale is the second track from their upcoming record Endless Climb. Their previous single Escape from the same album was a masterful magic ride.
Lettie and David Baron are a musical duo from London,UK and Boiceville, New York, USA respectively. They have released three albums collaboratively over a span of fifteen years.
David Baron is a prolific composer and producer, having worked with the likes of The Lumineers, Shawn Mendes, Lenny Kravitz, and Michael Jackson. His specialty is baroque pop and chamber pop which is seen in this single.
British London-based singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Lettie has performed with Squeeze’s Chris Difford and Roger O’Donnell, ex-Bauhaus frontman Peter Murphy, and been a songwriter with Sarah Fimm. She has played at ‘Introducing Stages’ at Glastonbury music festival. She has also worked with Anthony Philips of the progressive rock legend band Genesis and performed a session at the BBC’s Maida Vale Studios as part of 2009’s Electric Proms. Together Lettie and David Baron sculpt a musical delight in this song.
The song begins with filtered vocals and a progressing piano chord progression. The lyrics describe about creating a world for yourself. The filters goes off and the vocals with their tonal beauty and subtle performance shine through. We hear some epic cinematic keyboard synth landscapes and synth string parts created by the wizardry of David Baron. True musical art created by Lettie and David Baron. A beautiful sound and what an outro!
The song builds up like a story with the light beginning and building up to a crescendo of emotions as it concludes. Tonally beautiful, the textures of Lettie’s vocals and David’s synth work and production create true wonder! Spatial expansive soundscapes are what we get in Fairy Tale by Lettie and David Baron.
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