Get a Glimpse at Bedouine's Creative Process in Album Trailer Accompanying New Single "One More Time"

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Get a Glimpse at Bedouine's Creative Process in Album Trailer Accompanying New Single "One More Time"

Bedouine’s gorgeous new track from her forthcoming second album arrived Tuesday alongside a brief peek behind the creative curtain in the form of a new album trailer. The singer-songwriter—real name Azniv Korkejian—has unveiled “One More Time,” the latest single from Bird Songs of a Killjoy, and a folky gem at that. Korkejian explains the track’s inspiration in a statement:

”One More Time” contemplates the difference between being with someone versus being alone; Whether a partnership should greatly change your life or allow you to continue carving independent paths. Khalil Gibran famously says lovers should be like two pillars holding up the same temple yet out from each other’s shadow. The song contemplates that in a cyclical relationship

Complementing the track—a pitter-patter of soft guitar plucks and buttery smooth vocals—is a glimpse at the recording of strings on Birds of a Killjoy, due for release June 21 via Spacebomb Records. Violinists, mixing boards, microphones and studio shots showcase the extensive work going into the album, which Korkejian formed with creative partner Gus Seyffert.

Check out the clip, the full track and Bedouine’s performance at Riverview Bungalow from earlier this year. Bedouine’s extensive tour dates are also below.

Bedouine Tour Dates:

June
06 – Brooklyn, N.Y. @ Rough Trade
07-08 – Sonoma, Calif. @ Huichica
13 – Los Angeles, Calif. @ The Moroccan Lounge
28 – Nashville, Tenn. @ Musicians Corner at Centennial Park

July
26-27 – Calgary, Alta. @ Calgary Folk Music Festival at Prince’s Island Park

August
02 – Glasgow, U.K. @ Kelvingrove Bandstand (w/ Father John Misty)
03 – Waterford, Ireland @ All Together Now Festival
05 – The Hague, Netherlands @ Zuiderparktheater*
24 – Port Townsend, Wash. @ Thing at McCurdy Pavilion Lawn
25 – Denver, Colo. @ Denver Botanic Gardens *
26 – Boulder, Colo. @ Chautauqua Auditorium *
28 – Omaha, Neb. @ Slowdown *
29 – Kansas City, Mo. @ Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts – Helzberg Hall *
30 – St. Louis, Mo. @ The Pageant *
31 – Milwaukee, Wis. @ Pabst Theatre *

September
02 – Hamburg, Germany @ Elbphilharmonie *
04 – Aarhus, Denmark @ Atlas
05 – Copenhagen, Denmark @ Alice
07 – London, U.K. @ Queen Elizabeth Hall
09 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Paradiso Noord Tuinzaal (w/ Molly Sarle)
10 – Brussels, Belgium @ Rotonde Botanique
11 – Frankfurt, Germany @ Mousonturm Café
12 – Vienna, Austria @ Arena outdoor *
13 – Leipzig, Germany @ Parkbu?hne GeyserHaus *
14 – Berlin, Germany @ Baumhaus Bar
15 – Bruges, Belgium @ LEFFINGELEUREN Festival
16 – Cologne, Germany @ Wohngemeinschaft (w/ Molly Sarle)
18 – Hamburg, Germany @ Reeperbahn Festival
20 – Nijmegen, Netherlands @ Lutherse Kerk
21 – Barcelona, Spain @ TBA

October
05 – Chicago, Ill. @ Schubas Tavern
07 – Toronto, Ont. @ The Drake
08 – Montreal, Qué @ Bar Le Ritz PDB
09 – Allston, Man. @ Great Scott
11 – Washington, D.C. @ Songbyrd
12 – Philadelphia, Pa. @ World Cafe Live – Upstairs
13 – Richmond, Va. @ Richmond Music Hall
15 – Asheville, N.C. @ The Mothlight
18 – Minneapolis, Minn. @ The Cedar Cultural Center

(* w/ Jose Gonzalez)