Three times nominated for a New Zealand Music Award, Jordan Reyne is an experimental musician born in New Zealand. She lived in Germany from 2006 to 2011, relocating then to London. Combining folk noir and industrial, her style challenges any categorization.
The song ‘The Proximity of death (blue eyed boy)’ was included in the fifth album of Jordan Reyne, ‘How the dead live’. This album, launched in 2009, was an Arts Council and Department of Conservation commission based on one of New Zealand’s first pioneer women who arrived in New Zealand from Gravesend London in 1874. Both Irene and I are big fans of Jordan Reyne and choosing a single song has not been easy, but we do love the strength and symbolism of this one.
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