Encompassing R&B, synth pop, orchestral, and folk music, Matthew Hemerlein is a unique artist all on his own, already gaining co-signs from NZ ‘Royal’ Lorde.
And it’s his unique cover of a song which features in the latest Chanel fragrance campaign that is sure to capture your attention in a way you never thought was imaginable.
I honestly don’t know anyone right now who doesn’t love 16-year-old Ella Yelich-O’Connor aka Lorde.
The New Zealand teenager has revealed a slower and darker cover of 80s classic ‘Everybody Wants to Rule The World’, which is to be featured on the soundtrack of the new Hunger Games movie, but in my opinion, should really be the leading (theme) song.
Comeback queen Catherine McNeil is in Australia at the moment, and was in town on Tuesday night to unveil KOOKAÏ Australia’s new Spring/Summer 2013/2014 campaign at a runway show held in the Locomotive Workshop at the Australian Technology Park.
The new collection takes inspiration from Mexico and the prints and colours are clearly influenced through all the pieces that walked down the runway.
The fantastic new offering from New Zealand’s Lorde will serve as the title track to her forthcoming EP and is a shining example of the talent this young artist is working with: she exudes confidence, writes exceptionally good lyrics, and has a pretty and unique voice.
At the ripe age of 16, this young singer makes you rethink your accomplishments.