After listening to St. Vincent’s new album, I had been wanting to do a piece about her. I had a day off of work and decided to finally move past the “ugly” stage it had been sitting in. I’ve been drawn to the brand of gentle, bright madness she expresses with her sound, and on top of the geometric/pastel imagery in her new album, it makes for a wide aesthetic wealth to glean from. Had a lot of fun with the noise filter on this one.
"All his life he had roamed about the world aiding the weak and fighting oppression, he neither knew nor questioned why. That was his obsession, his driving force of life. Cruelty and tyranny to the weak sent a red blaze of fury, fierce and lasting, through his soul. When the full flame of his hatred was wakened and loosed, there was no rest for him until his vengeance had been fulfilled to the utmost. If he thought of it at all, he considered himself a fulfiller of God’s judgment, a vessel of wrath to be emptied upon the souls of the unrighteous. Yet in the full sense of the word Solomon Kane was not a Puritan, though he thought of himself as such."