’s latest album called ‘Belladonna of Sadness’
was released earlier this month via Columbia Records
. It beautifully captivates audiences with its stunning cinematic style and artful emotions. There is a French new wave masterpiece feel within her music that is cultivated by her lofty and mysterious tones. With alluring grace, Savior captures your attention with her smooth and resounding melodies. Savior creates a vivid landscape of rich color and imagery with her lyrics that are doused with strong words and beautiful emotions. It takes you in and wraps you up in a cozy embrace. Her style is reminiscent of Kate Nash, the relaxing undertones Sylvan Esso and the sass of Lily Taylor.
“I stay a bit stoic with my personal emotions,” she admits. “I portrayed things I was going through, but I didn’t say them out loud. I made the record when I first moved to L.A. I was observing a world I’d only heard about—but it was true. I felt like I had to figure out who I was in a year, and I wrote about that struggle. I created a fantasy.”
Her style isn’t about wearing her heart on her sleeve, it’s about proclaiming what’s on her mind and letting her emotions fly. She isn’t afraid and she is both bold and sensual that is proclaimed intensely with lines like “I sing songs about whatever the fuck they want” from her song Mirage with a seamless and tantalizing confidence. Be prepared to be mystified by her serene and dazzling dark tones and hypnotizing nature her melodies create.