Folk Music’s New Star Kailee Spark Makes Spotify

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    Posted: Jun 15 2021 at 3:40pm
Folk music has a new rising star by the name of Kailee Spark and her debut single on Spotify “Passageways” is a beautifully written and performed smash hit. Spark’s first single and music video, ‘Passageways’, was released on April 19 of this year and it is a love song with some hints of a darker tones. Listen to the track for yourself on Spotify here

In regards to the song, Kailee Spark explains: “There is one level of the song that is about how sometimes, in loving someone, we hope that our love can ‘heal’ them from their pains and their shadow sides or whatever. It’s a kind of idealistic, naive pining. We know we can’t “fix” someone, but damn, when you love someone and are enamored with them you sometimes hold an unrealistic optimism that you’ll be the one who can help them change.”

The folk single is also accompanied by a visually haunting video, which you can watch on here YouTube channel here. The video itself is made of flashback sequences: the video flashes back and forth from a ‘dream reality’ and ‘normal reality’ of a live stage performance in a theatre. The dream sequence itself is set in a thick, misty jungle, and at one point, Kailee  crawls through a deep mud puddle. Kailee goes onto explain that:

“The idea of crawling in the mud seemed kinda fun at first, but actually doing it was disgusting. It was a stagnant swampy mud puddle that smelled awful. It was all warm and mushy and with each step I didn’t know how deep it went. It brought back these terrifying flashbacks from when I was 10 and almost died by walking into a muck pit, which is basically a huge deep hole of cow manure. I was visiting a relative’s dairy farm and was wandering around, and started sinking down into a muck pit like quicksand. My life flashed before my eyes and I thought my short life was over. Luckily I managed to crawl out after getting up to my chin in manure. I think that the fact that it brought up those emotions made the story in the song come to life for me”

To stay up to date with Kailee Spark, check her out on her website Spotify, Facebook, Twitter, and Twitch by clicking on her link tree!

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