Mighty warriors gather, prepared for a great conflict, wearing armor and bearing weaponry that spans cultures and millenia. A dark storm brews overhead with rumblings of thunder and flashes of lightning. The warriors are pumped full of adrenaline, fully knowing their death may be moments away yet caught up in the glory of battle and focussed on guiding the points and blades of their weapons as they charge into the host of enemies.
The valley rumbles to the pounding rhythm of charging horses and the drumming beat of the foot solders. Balloons, derigibles, and other aircraft and creatures provide aerial intel of the enemies positions, strengths, and weaknesses. Unseen over the battle field, the Valkyrie convene to watch and choose the best of the warriors to take to Valhalla. One of the Valkyrie smiles as she listens to the music of the epic, life and death struggle. As she scrutinizes the warriors, her MP3 player flashes, “Artist – Victor Sierra, Album – Yesterday’s Tomorrow.”
Victor Sierra is a steamy hot, steampunk band from Paris, France. The songwriter/musician/singers Anouk Adrien and Bob Eisenstein belt out their ballads in dedication to the heroes and heroines of otherwhens past, present, and future with a casual conviction that is both relaxed and powerful.
Victor Sierra’s album, “Yesterday’s Tomorrow“, is full of dark energy with flashes of hope. It resonates with the rhythm of an epic battlefield. It pounds with the charge of horses and the clash of warriors. It is a fluid, relentless struggle, rising and falling with the currents of war. In the end when the singer declares the war is over, it is sad and wistfully brooding.
Victor Sierra is the music of warriors, of gamers, of starships, and dirigibles. It is the music of the Valkyrie! Check out Victor Sierra’s Facebook page and show them some love (with a like!), in the ArtPrize Out of the Bag interview and the Alysha Shaw hula hoop performance by the BOB at ArtPrize, on Amazon and buy Yesterday’s Tomorrow, and on the Steampunk Soiree music stream where you can hear the music of Victor Sierra, The Clockwork Dolls, Water Street Bridge, Jon Magnificent, and many other steampunk bands!
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