My favorite musician and violinist Lindsey Stirling’s album Brave Enough features the inspiring songs Forgotten City and First Light. She also does a combo song of the theme for Game of Thrones and Avengers: Endgame called EndGame of Thrones (which is awesome.) Today, I am highlighting her new single Underground.
Like many of her songs, this one has no lyrics. It relies on the beat, composition, and Stirling’s incredible talent with the violin. She is at the top of the game with this single and will serve as an excellent way to launch her “Artemis” tour. Per usual, it is nothing short of excellent and immediately grabs you.
The music video, likewise, is just as amazing. While it is directed by Tom Teller, it is edited by Lindsey Stirling. It tells a story of being confined. The characters dance their way in squares, triangles, and circles. While it is beautiful, it does show the confines of the nameless characters, but eventually, they are able to escape their prisons with their skills. It is a charming and insightful story while also showing off her dancing skills.
Check out the music video below:
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