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Rachel Chinouriri is back with her tender new single, 'Beautiful Disaster'

She's a new project arriving later this year.
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Published: 11:36 am, July 03, 2020
Rachel Chinouriri is back with her tender new single, 'Beautiful Disaster'

Rachel Chinouriri is back with her tender new single, 'Beautiful Disaster'.

Her first release of 2020, it's a collaboration with Sam Dotia, and marks an early taste of a new project, set to drop later in 2020.

"We made 'Beautiful Disaster' using this visual approach to writing," Rachel explains, "usually I love to story tell however this time Sam and I sat and imagined a place of isolation and stillness in the nighttime.

"We imagine a woodlands and clear sky. We came up with a place and describe our own reasons of why we would be there. When I was growing up I would often go to woodland areas for some peace. I remember the smells, the air, the wind, the stillness. I love people, but I love being alone in nature. Sam had a more abstract approach, with his lyrics and took a more literal approach. We came back with quite different parts and sang it in, the music by Hylnu also felt quite disparate from what i'd imagined, but we loved how it made us feel ... so we called it 'Beautiful Disaster'"

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