Premiere: Dive into Eden Mulholland's ambitious new project, Fusillade

Premiere: Dive into Eden Mulholland's ambitious new project, Fusillade

The Queensland-based indie name will be releasing seven videos a week, every week for an entire month.

We get a countless amount of pitches and submissions every week here at Pilerats, but none have ever been quite as ambitious as this. Fusillade is a project spearheaded by the Sunshine Coast's Eden Mulholland, a genre-binding, part indie-rock, part electro-pop name whose sound is reminiscent of a bizarre Arcade Fire x Talking Heads x Beck cross-over - but it's good. Set to take place over the next month, Fusillade will see Mulholland drop seven videos a week, every week, for the next month. The first seven videos, which we're premiering today, all venture into a brooding, dimly-lit indie-rock sound, focusing on the more acoustic side of things with haunting visual accompaniments seemingly being the theme across the seven singles. Thousand Year Stare pairs soft vocals with a breezy guitar line to create a more upbeat, indie-pop sound, while contrastingly, singles like The Cry Overture and Her Island - both written for a contemporary dance project called THE CRY - take on a more mysterious feel. "This first group is a real musical lolly scramble of emotions, past and present," says Edem Mulholland on the project's first tease. "From contemporary dance show compositions to solo demo’s. They are all a crucial part of who I am and I'm damn excited to let them out of the cage."

To get an idea of the project's full size and vibe, click through the image below to be taken to the landing page of the Fusillade project, where each square will eventually lead to a new song and video as the project develops. Otherwise, watch the first seven videos underneath that.

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