Danish singer - songwriter Hannah Schneider unveils a unique video for her new song 'Dreaming Kind', which features on her 2014 third studio album 'Red Lines' out now on Lojinx and Sony Records.
The video features a group of young adults, with cut scenes to what could be two of the group as children. It is set across a vast landscape of farmland and woodland with various images of nature like trees, ponds and country homes being rather spoiled by the kids smoking, domestic arguments and the young adults' sexual exuberance. It's as if the imagery is marking some kind of reality check for the listener. The song itself feels instrumentally minimal, and the organ buzzes, slow drum thuds and echoing vocals give it an ambient, dream pop tone.
Schneider is the granddaughter of Budapest violinist Alexander Schneider, and it seems she has definitely inherited the family's musical talent. 'I'm a total melody fanatic', Schneider insists. 'I have favourite songs in every genre, from Robyn's 'Do You Really Love Me' to Joni Mitchell's 'A Case of You'. A good melody does the right thing at the right time.' Her new album 'Red Lines' follows her 2012 release 'Me vs. I'.
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