Stevie Wolf – Yves Klein Blue
Stevie Wolf releases his new single, Yves Klein Blue. If you’re like me and wondered what the title means, Stevie gave us an explanation. After watching the Danish Girl, he found himself researching painters on Wikipedia for two hours. He found this painter, Yves Klein, who only painted in this one vibrant blue color. Maybe Stevie felt similar to the painter, seeing as his songs sound blue.
Yves Klein Blue has a melancholy tone during the verses. There’s Stevie’s saddened, indie vocals on top of a lossless guitar melody. The hook turns more toward anger, with heavy percussion elements with electric guitar riffs. The second verse sounds more optimistic than the initial verse. The entire track has emotional ups and downs that Stevie has been able to evoke fantastically through a harmony of vocals and other instruments.
Listening to the lyrics, he’s exploring feelings of loneliness and disconnection, exposing his innermost thoughts of wanting to find a true connection, asking the question, “could you ever know me at all?”
The artist from Boulder, Colorado has won over the blogging community with that finely produced, indie-rock-pop vibe. He’s gained attention from Spotify, on their New Music Friday playlist. He looks towards embracing a harder, grungier feel with future tracks, and Yves Klein Blue is a good start.
I love this. When looking for his bio, I found he made a PowerPoint instead. Click HERE to check it out and learn more about the artist. Listen to Yves Klein Blue by Stevie Wolf below.