Comprised of Richard Butler and Paul Shevlin, C-Beams is, for those of you not in the loop, an electronic audio/visual project based in Belfast. Thirteen months on from the release of the first installment, ‘Tannhauser’, the duo have unveiled the second of the four-part endeavour, titled ‘Le Voile’. A perfectly drifting, three-minute slice of layered, nuanced alt-pop, the track is accompanied by a visuals – featuring Shevlin atop Belfast’s Cavehill – shot by Butler and Dan Brown. Fingers and all else crossed that the installment of the project comes around quicker than part two, as we’re most definitely fans.
Ahead of its general release later in the week, we’re happy to present an exclusive first look at the new electronic audio/visual project by Belfast-based artists Paul Shevlin and Richard Butler AKA C-BEAMS. Featuring music by Shevlin (also of alt-pop band Hologram) and film by Butler, the pair’s somnambulant debut offering, ‘Tannhauser’, is the first song to be taken from their debut four-track EP, Scars. Speaking of the project, Shevlin (pictured above) said, “The project started when Richard and I started spitballing ideas to work on together. We both have similar tastes when it comes to music/film and the idea of working on…