From our friends at restorm: I Am Harlequin music is epic indie pop with an electronic twist. Singer/songwriter and producer Anne Freier was born in East Germany, towards the end of the GDR regime. Her influences range from classical music, particularly the Russians of the 20th century (Prokofiev, Rimski-Korsakow, Rachmaninoff), to the advanced choir arrangements in Stephen Sondheim musicals, as well as Kate Bush, Rickie Lee Jones, Grace Slick and Joni Mitchell.
Her music is defined by progressive structures, quirky lyrics and innovative arrangements. I Am Harlequin music is epic indie pop with an electronic twist.
Here is a cut from I Am Harliquin’s new single, The Liberty / The King’s Daughter
I am Harlequin – The King’s Daughter by I am Harlequin
When Anne is not at work on I Am Harlequin, she can be found working on a chaos of scores and scripts. But she admits that the bulk of her time is spent on writing new material for I am Harlequin.
I Am Harlequin live consists Jonathan McKemey – Drums, Daniel Lea – Violin, Keys, Electric Guitar, BVs, Lloyd Musto – Percussion, BVs, Jonny Hoyle – Keys, BVs and Cai Garcia – BVs, Bass