Watch Pixey reveals the video for ‘Heaven’
It comes alongside the release of new EP ‘Sunshine State’.
To celebrate the release of new EP ‘Sunshine State’, Pixey is sharing the video for EP gem ‘Heaven’.
“‘Heaven’ is one of my favourite tracks from the record,” she says. “It felt good to play almost everything on the track & also be able to produce it exactly how I had always heard it in my head. It was the first track I have had live strings on too which was amazing to put together. It’s a ballad written from the perspective of someone who’s no longer here, hoping for one person to always love them. I wrote it for a member of my family who passed away, so it definitely means a lot to me.”
“When I was writing & recording Sunshine State I knew I wanted to create a new soundscape and mood that would evolve from the last EP,” she continues. “I have always felt strongly connected to the summertime and wanted to create a collection of songs that would encapsulate the sounds I always associated with the summer in my head. I also wanted the EP to have a beginning, middle and end, starting with Life In Stereo and ending with Heaven. I hope everyone can feel something similar to what I felt writing them when listening to the EP.”
Check out the video for ‘Heaven’ below.
See Pixey live at the following dates:
03 | Arts Club Loft, Liverpool
10 | O2 Academy, Leeds^
11 | O2 Academy, Leeds^
02 | The Cluny, Newcastle*
03 | Saint Luke’s, Glasgow*
04| Brudenell Social Club, Leeds*
05 | Gorilla, Manchester*
08 | Leadmill, Sheffield*
09 | Rescue Rooms, Nottingham*
10 | O2 Institute, Birmingham*
11 | Thekla, Bristol*
12 | Patterns, Brighton*
16 | O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London*
18 | The Academy, Dublin*
^ w/ DMAs
* w/ Alfie Templeman
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