Gal Musette Releases Sophomore Album: ‘Pendulum’
LA-based baroque pop artist Gal Musette is fresh off the release of her sophomore album, titled Pendulum.
Pendulum, which features eleven tracks that draw influence from the style of music production in the 50s and 60s, is described as exploring the “duality of emotions, taking a deep dive into conflicting emotions such as peace versus turbulence, acceptance juxtaposed with hopelessness, and bravery in opposition to weakness.”
“The order of the record puts these songs in opposition, like the swinging of a pendulum (hence the album title) taking you on a song to song journey with sharp detours between these two mental states,” Gal says.
Pendulum is available for streaming now.
If Gal Musette is a name new to you, it is the artist name used by Grace Freeman.
Grace began writing piano and guitar based lyrical compositions and performing at open mics in her home city of San Clemente, California at the young age of 10. Just a few years later, at the age of 14, she recorded a collection of music titled 70 Love Songs, which caught the attention of The Magnetic Fields’ – a band she was inspired by. From this recognition, she earned herself the position as opener for a few of their Midwestern U.S. tour dates.
Since then, Gal Musette has opened for a number of renowned artists like Macy Gray, Suzanne Vega, Todd Snyder, and Donavon Frankenreiter.
If your a fan of artists such as Joni Mitchell, Regina Spektor and The Cure – you’ll want to check out Gal Musette.
To learn more about Gal Musette, check her out on Instagram.