New ‘rock noir’ album from Rykarda Parasol

With a voice and lyrics compared to the likes of a female Nick Cave, and drawing influence from The Doors, Serge Gainsbourg, and Oscar Wilde, Rykarda Parasol describes her music as “rock noir,” evoking moody cinema drenched in gin and white-collar crime.  Parasol’s new self-produced album For Blood and Wine is a true-life narrative depicting the progress and downward spiral of a rake, which in this case is female. “It’s witty, darkly romantic, edgy and elegant… It’s tales of infidelity, addiction, and death. Mostly sad, but some real moments of joy and hope,” Parasol states.

“A DRINKING SONG” IS THE FIRST SINGLE FROM RYKARDA PARASOL’S FOR BLOOD AND WINE.

[MP3]: http://www.fanaticpromotion.com/projects/rykardaparasol/mp3/rykardaparasol-adrinkingdsong.mp3

Official Site: http://www.rykardaparasol.com/