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Interview: Princess Chelsea

Interview: Princess Chelsea

Thursday 23rd April, 2015 11:14AM

Princess Chelsea is poised to released her remarkable new album The Great Cybernetic Depression next Friday. Drawing upon her classical piano training, the 10-track record has been accurately described as being "awash with lush, expansive electronica sounds, lent added nuance by a darkly baroque flair". The futuristic vibe and the simple yet elegant storytelling bind together to form a cosmic collection of songs that are sure to strike at the core of any space-nerd's soul.

The emotive effect of The Great Cybernetic Depression is no accident, the record was written at a time when Princess Chelsea (aka Chelsea Nikkel) was working through her own black spot. But rather than pen an album about literal depression,  she spun a metaphorical world event in which to craft her songs. With a New Zealand tour kicking off next week, and a European tour quickly following, UnderTheRadar got in touch with Chelsea to find out more about the album, and she gave some wonderfully honest answers...

Click here to read the interview, and watch the video for to 'No Church On Sunday' below...

Princess Chelsea is undertaking a six-date tour of the country to support the release of her new album The Great Cybernetic Depression, which comes out Friday May 1st. The tour begins next Wednesday 29th April with a show in Dunedin, head over here for full dates and to buy tickets.


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