Daphne Guinness somehow resists definition. There's the close friendships with Alexander McQueen and Isabella Blow, the various collaborations with artists & designers, alongside well-respected ventures in the world of film, with Guinness' name appearing on the back of the Oscar-nominated Cashback, which she co-produced, alongside a role in art film The Murder of Jean Seberg. Daphne recorded the album at Les Studios Saint Germain, Paris - working once again with David Bowie producer Tony Visconti, also at the helm for Guinness' previous two critically-acclaimed albums. As hinted by illusory lead single & title track 'Revelations' - couched in Visconti's lush orchestrations, and for which Daphne cites both Gainsbourg's 'L'Histoire de Melody Nelson' & J.S. Bach as inspirations. Subsequent single release 'Deviant Disco' also features in a new art-film project - nominated for this year's Berlin Music Video Awards - created by Daphne with another of her long-term collaborators, David LaChapelle, who also oversaw the surreal clip for the single 'Evening in Space' lifted from Daphne's 2016 debut album. Limited edition gatefold numbered sleeve with bonus poster art by David LaChapelle.
Daphne Guinness somehow resists definition. There's the close friendships with Alexander McQueen and Isabella Blow, the various collaborations with artists & designers, alongside well-respected ventures in the world of film, with Guinness' name appearing on the back of the Oscar-nominated Cashback, which she co-produced, alongside a role in art film The Murder of Jean Seberg. Daphne recorded the album at Les Studios Saint Germain, Paris - working once again with David Bowie producer Tony Visconti, also at the helm for Guinness' previous two critically-acclaimed albums. As hinted by illusory lead single & title track 'Revelations' - couched in Visconti's lush orchestrations, and for which Daphne cites both Gainsbourg's 'L'Histoire de Melody Nelson' & J.S. Bach as inspirations. Subsequent single release 'Deviant Disco' also features in a new art-film project - nominated for this year's Berlin Music Video Awards - created by Daphne with another of her long-term collaborators, David LaChapelle, who also oversaw the surreal clip for the single 'Evening in Space' lifted from Daphne's 2016 debut album. Limited edition gatefold numbered sleeve with bonus poster art by David LaChapelle.
5037300885414

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Format: Vinyl
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 09/04/2020
UPC: 5037300885414

Revelations (Uk)
Artist: Daphne Guinness
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. Deviant Disco
2. Looking Glass
3. Permission to Dance
4. Revelations
5. Refugee d'Esprit
6. Blow Up
7. Heaven
8. Other People's Problems
9. Bright White Stranger 1
10. Tune Into Neptune 1
11. Miss Me

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Daphne Guinness somehow resists definition. There's the close friendships with Alexander McQueen and Isabella Blow, the various collaborations with artists & designers, alongside well-respected ventures in the world of film, with Guinness' name appearing on the back of the Oscar-nominated Cashback, which she co-produced, alongside a role in art film The Murder of Jean Seberg. Daphne recorded the album at Les Studios Saint Germain, Paris - working once again with David Bowie producer Tony Visconti, also at the helm for Guinness' previous two critically-acclaimed albums. As hinted by illusory lead single & title track 'Revelations' - couched in Visconti's lush orchestrations, and for which Daphne cites both Gainsbourg's 'L'Histoire de Melody Nelson' & J.S. Bach as inspirations. Subsequent single release 'Deviant Disco' also features in a new art-film project - nominated for this year's Berlin Music Video Awards - created by Daphne with another of her long-term collaborators, David LaChapelle, who also oversaw the surreal clip for the single 'Evening in Space' lifted from Daphne's 2016 debut album. Limited edition gatefold numbered sleeve with bonus poster art by David LaChapelle.