(Photo by Stella Wembley) Out now is the all new single by the dark electronic musician Stella Wembley: “Wasting My Time” (you can get it here). The single with a medieval goth-inspired video. You can watch it below followed by a video interview on the new video with Leeds-based Italian-born artist Stella Wembley.
The video is set in Medieval 13th century England and was filmed at Kirkstall Abbey and Adel Woods in Leeds by Riccardo Cavani for London Filmmakers.
Stella Wembley interview on “Wasting My Time”.
The “Wasting My Time” EP features 4 tracks with the title track being about self-confidence, self-empowerment, hope, change and transformation so the musician explains. “Whenever there is a traumatic experience, I take the pain and put it into art, creating a song. The lyrics are autobiographical, and reference the difficulties I have gone through in the last 14 years, which I’ve finally overcome.”
“Betrayal, judgment and abandonment have been a constant in my life, and extremely painful, especially because it came from the people closest to me – family, friends- and having to manage this as well as my music career and record label wasn’t easy. This is how this song was born but, above all, it represents a new chapter in my life. Today, I feel powerful, and stronger than ever. I left the past in the past and cut all toxic relationships from my life. I love myself and I am finally free.”
Next to the title track the EP will feature 3 remixes: the “Cold Minimal Remix”, and the “Bionic Visions Electro Remix” and the “Bionic Visions Dark Ambient Remix”. The latter two ones were created by Enrico Knob aka Bionic Visions, an Italian music producer, arranger and re-mixer.
About Stella Wembley
Stella Wembley began her musical career in Italy as a soprano while studying opera at the Royal Conservatory of Music ‘San Pietro a Majella’ in Naples. Upon graduating, she moved to London in 2017 performing at venues in Leeds, Blackpool and London. She also started her own independent label Gothic Empire Records.
Armed with a MicroKorg synthesizer, she began writing and producing electronic music in 2018, resulting in her debut EP “All That I Need” (2019) and a video, followed by the “Images of Death” EP (2020) and “Loving The Alien” EP (2022).
She also collaborated and/or performed with Lloyd Price (The Frixion), Auger, Inkubus Sukkubus, Zeitgeist Zero, Last July, Rome Burns and Machine Rox. Stella is currently working on her new album ‘The Alchemy of the Dark Arts’, which will feature Michael Ciravolo (a.k.a. Beauty in Chaos) on guitar.
As of September 22, the “Wasting My Time” EP will be available everywhere digitally, including Apple Music and Spotify. On September 29, Stella will hold a release party online, followed by a live show at Leeds’ Eiger Studios on October 29.
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