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Camille Ruz - Wreath
Camille Ruz - Wreath

Camille Ruz Delivers Idyllic Folk with Latest Track, Wreath

London-based singer-songwriter and artist, Camille Ruz is seeped in stories and nostalgia. Using magical weaves of melody and swelling acoustics, she constructs a world that is gentle and beautiful. Drawing from artists like Joni Mitchell and Nick Drake, the artist populates her sonic strings with naturalistic metaphors and pearls of wisdom. In her latest single, Wreath, Camille Ruz delivers garlands of burnished acoustics and flowering vocals. 

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The track has a lot of retro folk affectations that are reminiscent of the 80s. It forms slowly like a painting, idyllic in its presentation, birthing colorful ruminations in the listener. Glassy guitar melodies open the song, its luminescence lacing the undulating valleys of Camille’s vocals. Warm violins and fluttering flute lines adorn the frames, their delicate tangents curving into floral patterns. An ensemble of shimmering synths and whimsical instrumentation ooze into the gaps between the verses, transforming the canvas with their vast wonder and tenderness. 

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Camille Ruz debuted in 2021 with her single Close and has since crafted an impressive portfolio of her musical grace and style with tracks like Never Go, Hear Me, and The Angry Turquoise Blue Ceramic Sculpture Creatures among others. 

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to Wreath by Camille Ruz here – 

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