Naomi Greene Wanders The Isolating Desert In Collision

Naomi Greene Wanders The Isolating Desert In “Collision”

Many moons and a single after “No Skin”, Naomi Greene released Collision. With her signature harp weeping through a battlement of instruments crashing upon one another, she explores illusion colliding with reality and the piercing stillness that you can taste in your ears. In her own words, she says, “The song talks about distance and walking out of love with someone that you know isn’t good for you all the while feeling the painful roars of your heart’s longing.”

Joining the single is the first of a newfound collaborative venture and friendship between Greene and Lou Dubigeon. Filmed between the contours of the California desert, the video captures a solitary Greene moving through the stunning landscape. “We were fascinated with the immensity of the environment natural yet otherworldly setting the stage for an internal push and pull, a hermetic quest for something unknown,” explains Greene. “The vastness is both isolating and enveloping, there is a sense of longing and soothing as I wander in this quiet windy world.

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