Los Angeles is full of stories, but none of them are nearly as interesting as Edie Yvonne‘s. The journey that Edie has taken has been anything but normal.
She made her movie begin with Chloe Sevigny in “Kitty,” which was shown at Cannes.
However, in just six months, she has won our hearts not with her on-screen persona but with six audible songs that are powerful, artistic, and extremely enticing. In just six months, she has done all of these things.
Edie Yvonne is very good in front of the camera, and she is also very good at singing. Her music depicts an array of emotions, from happiness to pain, and her very essential lyrics are woven through all of her works in a very complex way.
When the days get darker in October, Edie’s song “Darkness Bliss” really stands out. A very talented youngster made this sad representation of broken relationships, and it’s just in time for Halloween which is all about scary things.
It continues the darker tones that have been present in her more recent works. It makes me think of her old pop hit “Queen Bee,” which creepily danced into the more experimental parts of the music.
The musical entitled “Darkness Bliss” was put together by Nicky Swedin, Rrose Production, and Cormac Liotta. They are responsible for the beautiful melodies in the song.
The lyrics of the song perfectly describe how it feels to have your heart broken, and they do it in a way that will make a lot of people cry.
Edie’s voice changes from intense to weak throughout the song, successfully bringing to life the strong feelings that the song’s subject is meant to evoke in its listeners.
We are told that great things can happen in the strangest places as we continue to look into Edie Yvonne’s newest work. Also, this young artist from Los Angeles is a growing star in the making.