Leave it to Bedouine to start the morning off claim with some beautiful, slow-blossoming folk. The Syria-born, Los Angeles-based folk singer-songwriter announced her second book, Bird Songs of a Killjoy, is likely to be liberated May 31 st via Spacebomb Records.

With the recording advertisement comes a brand-new song off the record called “Bird”. In a press statement, Korkejian describes drawing up the lyric on her record-keeper and emailing it in stock exchanges. “’Bird’ is about cherishing someone so much that you’re willing to loosen your traction on them, ” she says. “It was written as a love letter with the objectives set out in delivering it. It’s one of my favorite recognitions regarding the strength of vocal. I had so much to disseminate and this was the only channel I was able to get it all down.”

Unlike her recently published ballad ” When You’re Gone”, “Bird” improves off the usual soothing acoustics of Bedouine with yawning cornets and soft piano chords. It’s a slight slice of orchestral folk that fits comfortably between Nick Drake, Jose Gonzalez, and Joni Mitchell. The song’s music video realise Bedouine sauntering through a hazy shadow singing immediately to you, the witnes. Check it out below.

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Emerge Festival. See those dates below.

Bedouine 2019 Safarus: 05/31 — Las Vegas, NV@ Emerge Festival 06/06 — Brooklyn, NY@ Rough Trade 06/07-08 — Sonoma, CA@ Huichica 06/13 — Los Angeles, CA@ Moroccan Lounge 09/07 — London, UK@ Queen Elizabeth Hall

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