Music Review- Lindsay Stirling’s Heist

Lindsey Stirling Heist

Lindsey Stirling is back with the instrumental hit “Heist” from the album Shatter Me. On the heels on her new book, ‘The Only Pirate At The Party,’ she releases this incredible song with a brilliant music video. The music video is directed by DJay Brawner and produced by Mike Longenbach.

Stirling described the album to AZCentral. “I have 100 percent creative control,” she said. “If anyone ever tells me, ‘We don’t like that song,’ it’s kind of like, ‘Well, I like it. Too bad. I’m sorry.’ Album artwork? I get to make the decisions on everything.”

The song is techno, upbeat, but it mixes well in her signature violin. You would think that the violin would not match with the techno, but Lindsay brings it all together. She is incredibly talented and has a strong presence. This song definitely brings it to a fun sound with its brilliant composition. Stirling has a ton of thrills with the instrumental spirit. 

The music video is pretty epic too. It is done using inspiration from 80s fighting games with Lindsey doing incredible acrobatic dance moves. The effects and the images are pristine. It worked perfectly with the song and complimented the sounds and the instruments. Stirling shined as its star, per usual. 

Check out the music video below:

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