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“Music has always been my means of connecting with the transcendental, the mystical and the spiritual,” says Edwards.

White White has released his new album, Feeco-produced by Pilo Adami of Nubiyan Twist and with additional production of Bullion. This second solo album by Josh Edwards explore new depths in your fusions folk with indie yeelectronic, maintaining the essence of Latin American and Andalusian folk music. The album includes previous singles such as “One more night” and “Silver Beaches”and covers genres ranging from dream pop to Beach House to more organic elements.

Inspired by artists like Sufjan Stevens and Hiroshi Yoshimura, Fee addresses lyrical themes ranging from cosmic wonder to possible loneliness in the universe. Josh Edwards shares that music has always been his means of connecting with the transcendental and spiritual, especially when accompanied by great reverberations. The album uses instruments such as the charango and the ronroco, maintaining the poetic and tender touch inclined hacia el folk, inscrazy about artists like Feist.

White Whitea Brit whose heart belongs to southern Spain and the Andes mountains, has evolved from his initial EPs to his debut album On the Other Side, released in June 2020. With Feecontinues to elevate its musical proposal. Edwards shares his fascination with science fiction and space, influences that are reflected in songs like ““Giordano’s Dream”. With each launch, White White has gained global recognition, being a constant presence on Spotify playlists and attracting fans from all over the world. With her latest album, Fee, White White continues to captivate with his otherworldly melodies and his ability to explore new musical dimensions.


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