Denver singer/songwriter/shoegazer Isadora Eden’s history includes living in New Orleans and New York City where underground music scenes the likes of the late, great Sidewalk Cafe shaped her talent for forlorn, connectable music. The soft elocution in her young, muted alto reflects her well-traveled soul; one who’s stories we believe regardless of how few words they contain or how many years they took to accrue.
Soul, in this sense, is the featured emotional concept in the single “Ghosts” (from Eden’s All Night EP) the video of which premieres today exclusively via BandWagon, below.
Animated by Megan Roe, the video’s narrative parallels Eden’s introspection and understated sincerity via a dream-like trip through the psyche of someone confronting the toughest of emotions. “Things that were never real can not be ghosts,” Eden sings, and Roe’s illustration ilk suits the sentiment with a rough, yet touching hand-drawn aesthetic.