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Claire Bigley's 'Immersion': A Musical Journey Through Conflict and Calm Amid Personal Struggles



Claire Bigley's new single 'Immersion' is a testament to the healing power of music. Recorded during a challenging period of personal stress, the track is a musical exploration of conflicting emotions, culminating in a sense of calm and nourishment. Bigley, a solo pianist, skillfully uses different keyboard patches to add texture and depth to the composition.


Drawing inspiration from neo-classical artists like Olufur Arnalds and Nils Frahm, as well as classical masters like Chopin and Debussy, Bigley's music is a blend of classical and contemporary styles. The track 'Immersion' is a reflection of this, offering a relaxing and euphoric listening experience.


The single was recorded in Bigley's spare bedroom, using Garage Band and her keyboard. The ethos behind 'Immersion' is deeply personal, inspired by the trials of caring for her mother after a severe fall. The track serves as a musical dialogue between grace, strength, and the chaotic interplay of life's sudden challenges.


Bigley's music has been well-received, with music blog 'We Write About Music' praising her previous track 'Emodiment' for its calming and grounding qualities. With 'Immersion', Bigley continues to create music that resonates with listeners, offering a soothing soundtrack for life's ups and downs.



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