Eden Mulholland's Fusillade project concludes with its final seven videos
The expansive and experimental four-week long project comes to a mesmerising close.
Over the past four weeks, we've been featuring an incredibly ambitious and experimental project by Queensland multi-instrumentalist Eden Mulholland. Entitled Fusillade, the project has swerved between sounds and styles, from the experimental, atmospheric electronic that kicked things off to the more rock-infused tracks that came later, and this week's seven videos is no different. The opening track Twinkle Toes is a broken, subtle ballad, with a soft and delicate shading which continues into the release's further singles, including the haunting, piano-soaked If It Were Up To Me. "Some of these ones are like my musical best mates, first loves even," says Mulholland on the final batch of singles. "There’s the hypnotic sound of window wipers on a rainy night driving, the original demo of If it were up to me I recorded on my iPhone, a song written for a cooking show and other electronic psych meanderings." Click the image below to check out the full project in its entirety, listen to the final seven tracks underneath that, or revisit the previous three weeks HERE, HERE and HERE.
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