Label : Yidnet
Review by Luisa Mercier
Straight from Fairyland, here she comes. The Spanish singer-songwriter Priscilla Hernandez is multi-talented musician who created a record completely devoted to fairish, ethereal ambient music.
The listener will be lead in a world made of green forests, pale maidens, medieval landscapes. The mood of the album ranges from the creepy “Facing the Dream” to the sensual “Away”. Her sweet vocals play on electronic and piano soundscapes, creating a relaxing, chilling atmosphere.
Some melancholia may appear here and there as in “Ancient Shadow” or “I Steal the Leaves” which is my personal favorite on the album. Completely inspired by the world of fables and fairies are “The Willow’s Lullaby” and “The Call of the Nymph” which also has a slight folk feeling. Recommended to fans of ambient, positive and heartfelt music.
Rating – 90/100
- Facing the Dream (opening credits)
- Ancient Shadow
- But If You Go
- I Steal the Leaves
- The Willow’s Lullaby
- The Call of the Nymph
- Fairy Tale
- The Realms of Twilight
- The Voice of the Night
- Ahora que Te Has Ido
- The Prince and the Fairy
- I’m Right Here
- Sueño Muerto
- Facing the Dream (closing credits)
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