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New Music: Fable introduces Silence Myself

The new song by Brighton based Fable is inspired by transcendental meditation.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Fable by Sara Netherway
Fable by Sara Netherway.

Brighton based artist Fable released new single Silence Myself this week on 74 Music, a song inspired by transcendental meditation and the need to clear the clutter of everyday life. 19 year old Fable has written alongside artists such as Orbital’s Paul Hartnoll and Bloc Party’s Russell Lissack, and will be supporting Archive at The Shepherd’s Bush Empire on 10th April 2015. Here she describes the making of her new video:

Fable by Laura Wilson
Fable by Laura Wilson.

Funnily enough I was actually quite hungover when we were writing this track, and I was feeling really fragile which gives the track a vulnerable feel. Up to this point we’d released some pretty intense and gruelling tracks, so we wanted to show a different side as well to what we do. The video is stripped back to fit with the meaning and feel of the song. It’s about silence and stillness so we wanted a video that didn’t distract from that, which our friend, the photographer David Levine, has put across brilliantly. People have been talking about how different this song is to what they’ve heard from me previously, but I don’t want to create boundaries in terms of what can and can’t be done with my music. We get too obsessed with putting things in boxes and genres right now – I want to get back to total freedom of expression.

Fable by Sara Netherway 3
Fable by Sara Netherway
Fable by Sara Netherway.


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