Miss Emily Brown whose 2010 In Technicolor has launched a new music project called Morlove with Corwin Fox. Morlove, has been featured as the premiere video in a new series to showcase Vancouver artists.
According to series creator Andrew Spindor the Habitat Presents series is about showcasing both talented up and comers along with established acts. For me Miss Emily Brown falls into that, very crowded, area for Canadian artists - acts that should be well established by now, but aren't.
"We've started putting together a video series to showcase Vancouver artists, with the idea of alternating between talented up and comers, and already established acts. In doing so, I'm hoping that local unknowns can gain exposure, and more established acts can give back to the community that they came up in. These videos seem to be a trend, however I've noticed the audio has taken a back seat with many of them. This is where we would like to break the mold. It is of my opinion that the video is secondary to the song.
I guess my ultimate goal would be to sort of marry Vancouver artists together with the ultimate live-session video series. I think it would be really cool to have some common ground for artists to share regardless of who, what, or where in their career they are. I hope it can be a place for people to turn for great music, be it from a local unknown we found in an unknown place, a commercial success, or someone somewhere in between.
Morlove is the creative collaboration of Corwin Fox and Miss Emily Brown, both dyed-in-the-wool songwriters and multi-instrumentalists. Lyrics range in theme from isolation and homelessness to seed technology and urban design, delivered in hushed, layered vocal harmony. Morlove is currently playing as a five-piece ensemble with Hannah Epperson on violin, Christina Zaenker on cello and Neil Burnett on Celtic harp."
So, without further ado, here is Morelove performing Architect