A musical landscape that is always changing. From quiet and intimate, to dramatic or jubilant. The violin and vocals spin around each other in a fascinating way. Two extremely exciting musicians.
Eysman’s stories of love, loss, and redemption are engaging, clever and moving. ‘But Is It Art?’ leaves you pondering the album long after it’s finished.
Cloudfish stages great theatre. Obviously both have a lot of expressions in store, one panting and humming and with heart & soul-moving pathos, the other pecking and twitching and with a bittersweet bow stroke.
Intriguing soundscapes invite the listener to imagine their own stories and images. A rich experience that disproves the idea that a duo of voice and violin would be boring.
Cloudfish continuously surprises you. Simply beautiful and at other times beautifully complex.
Quirky, poetic, funny and dramatic vocals with groovy and experimental violin. The whole album has its own dynamics and never fails to achieve the spectacular temperature of nuances and moods.