Brooklyn’s Adrian Galvin has a new project called Yoke Lore. Galvin is already part of Yellerkin and POOR REMY, Yoke Lore is already portraying a much deeper side to Galvin’s creativity, both musically and visually. Yoke Lore’s first single released earlier this year is called “Heavy Love”. Galvin reappeared after a silent stint on Yellerkin’s Facebook page, leaving us in wonder what was to happen next. It was absolutely worth the wait as we were introduced to Yoke Lore.
The video for “Heavy Love” is beautifully shot with Galvin showcasing incredible/trippy body movements that take the human brain a few seconds to process each frame. It’s so soothing to watch and listen to, heavy drums and sonic sounds that gives Yoke Lore an original sound. Adrian Galvin; never stop making music.
Yoke Lore’s forthcoming debut EP ‘Far Shore’ will be arriving soon, you can pre-order HERE!
This is what Adrian has to say about this new solo project from goingsolo: “Yoke Lore is about connections and contact. Music is a medium for communicating ideas and identities and stories. Yoke Lore is a set of stories; a collection of mundane accounts of relationships between people and things. We use these stories both in times of dejection to find solace and in times of bliss in order to remember ourselves… Yoke Lore is a mythical language that gives voice to all of us who at times cannot articulate why living is so tough.” – Adrian Galvin
Adrian grew up in an artistic family, his mother a director and his father an actor and sculptor. He was immersed in painting, photography, and ballet from an early age, eventually finding his first musical passion in the drums. Whilst pursuing music, his artistry in other disciplines has not faltered — in fact, he drew the Far Shore EP artwork himself (shown above).