Released from Weird Sister Records as part of their Zodiac Series, Synead shows us a stunning part of a larger body of experimental sonic, visual, and performance works currently in progress called ACID4SALE with the deeper meaning single, ‘Daydream‘.
Synead Cidney Nichols aka Synead is a New York City-based indie queer poly-disciplinary alternative artist, solo musician and expressionist who performs with a more profound meaning than most.
As her quest for community healing, self-awareness, and the important freedom and advancement of queer, black and indigenous people of color continues – this is an inspiring artist who is one of the most well-respected creatives in the game – due to the fight for justice and excellent vocals that seems to transport you into a better world.
”I was so enamoured with life at the time I wrote this and all the excitement that it was offering me. It felt like every cell in my body was activated and I had to say something about the experience. It was so refreshing; pure. When the most impactful emotion is love we have to put it into the ether. This meditative melisma is my representation of what I felt when I was really living in a state of being. A moment that lent an opportunity to sink deeper into oneself- a love spell of sorts.” ~ Synead
Synead shows us what music should sound like in 2022. This is a mesmerizing piece of art that needs to be admired for its truly visionary excellence, which is one of the most fascinating singles you might ever hear.
‘Daydream‘ from New York City, USA-based indie alternative solo artist Synead, is a vocally stimulating single that will have your ears standing up to attention as something so beautiful has been made for us to truly lather our bodies and minds into so wonderfully. This is that kiss-craving single your whole soul needed, to find that extra meaning in a world that can wipe the smile off your face if you aren’t aware enough. This is a stunning experience that will have your heart feeling warm again, from something truly special that needs an embrace from the heart.
Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen