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Gig & Concert News - Proteins Of Magic releases the official 'Hopeful Symphony' video, from the newly released debut album

Proteins Of Magic releases the official 'Hopeful Symphony' video, from the newly released debut album

10 September 2021 - 0 Comments

Watch Hopeful Symphony HERE

Listen to the album HERE

Proteins Of Magic presents as a solitary figure warping and bending her body with what the ether whispers into her ear. Movements bind with the music while waves of colour weave in and out. Emotion is running both deep and high while Proteins of Magic invites us in to see her in a different light.

Hopeful Symphony was recently #6 on the bfm top 10, #25 on the NZ alt chart and song of the day on 13thfloor.

Both a visual artist and musician, Proteins Of Magic morphs her reality into a landscape that connects both her audio and visual realms. The songs for her recently released debut album have been crafted within a hybrid analogue / digital studio in Nashville, Tennessee. Currently based in New Zealand, POM has upcoming tour dates across the country —

PROTEINS OF MAGIC - ON TOUR

Friday October 15 *NAPIER* SUPPORTING DESBOT, PAISLEY STAGE

Friday Nov 12 *AKL* THE OTHERS WAY FESTIVAL, K-ROAD

Thurs Dec 2 *DUNEDIN* MAYFAIR THEATRE, SUPPORTING DIMMER

Sat Dec 11 *CHCH* Christchurch art gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū, [all ages]*SUPPORTING DIMMER

Tues Dec 14 *WELLINGTON* SANFRAN, SUPPORTING DIMMER

Wed Dec 15 *WELLINGTON* SANFRAN, SUPPORTING DIMMER

Friday Dec 17 *AKL* MERCURY THEATRE, SUPPORTING DIMMER

Sat Dec 18 *AKL* MERCURY THEATRE, SUPPORTING DIMMER

All dates and Ticket Info from www.proteinsofmagic.com

From a recent live show with Jakob, Ambient Light describes her one-woman performance, “Rhythmic breaths and gasps cut our chat short, and we head inside as Proteins of Magic (aka Kelly Sherrod) layers the first track of the evening. Wearing an all-white, tight latex top, she stood alone with her keyboard amidst an ever-growing wall of sound. Deep, sampled drum hits stumble around her bellowing siren song, cutting in and out on command with complete fluency. Impressions bring to mind Grimes with hints from the darker undertones of Tricky.”

Splitting time between NZ and Nashville, Tennessee, Kelly most recently played bass and toured across Europe and America with Grammy and Academy Award winner Ryan Bingham. She also released three individual art gallery collections on canvas in recent years. Winning “most promising female musician award” at the NZ Rockquest in high school, Kelly went on to study at Elam art school before making her debut into the NZ music scene fronting Punches with James Duncan (2003-09) and playing bass with Dimmer’s Shayne Carter (2007-09), which also included touring America with The Brian Jonestown Massacre. It was in 2009 when Kelly moved to Nashville, devoting herself to painting, recording in her home studio and touring. Soon after her son’s birth and the experiences that followed, Kelly found her personal drive and artistic ammunition to express her stories with music and visual art.

Album out Now

Find Proteins Of Magic:

Website / Instagram / Facebook / Spotify / Apple Music



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