and ending in the sky while touching down everywhere in between,
Anael's 4th album is an intimate personal invitation
into the celestial heavens. The
innocent and dreamlike "See Another World" opens the senses and each
subsequent song is a brief stop on her flight. "Till the Womb Gives Birth" explores
the mindset of a steadfast, faithful creator searching for the truth; "Trace" recounts
our ability to connect with God by simply mirroring a higher set of ideals. As
the journey progresses, we sense a newfound sense of assuredness in Anael's outlook,
the script of a soul who is starting to uncover a fresh perspective. What keeps
it all believable is her everpresent deliberation and questioning, well tempered
with a healthy dose of humility. Culminating with perhaps her finest studio achievement
to date, the 11 minute opus "Sky Sent (Disclosure)" gives us a multi-angle
vista of an unprecedented event in human history, the uncovering of hidden technologies
that have the power to literally transform life on earth as we know it.
this constant juxtaposition of earthly concerns and human dreams, Anael reveals
the multiple resonances of our universe, using the distinct strengths
of sound and verb to portray a vast array of vibrations all geared towards
heightening the listener's awareness. She leads us into the pure silence
of the untouchable, the unexplained, the invisible - all while while charming
us with her sense of bewilderment at it all. Finally, as she carries us
away on her wings to the next destination, we're inclined to believe.
of which she sings can truly be our reality.