Eydís Evensen - Stormasamt Kvöld
Originally hailing from Blönduós, Iceland is the post-classical pianist Eydís Evensen who shares with us her latest track, “Stormasamt Kvöld.” This beautiful four minute long song features a warm, mesmerizing string section that pairs incredibly well with Evensen’s piano melodies.
Currently based in New York City, Evensen crafts delicately intricate songs that evoke deep and intimate feelings. Her work is cinematic in nature and in such an effortless manner, her work captivates audiences within seconds of hearing her work.
In the meantime, enjoy the video to her new single which was shot by Jamie Ellington in New York City.
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