Move Your Body sneak peek Part 3

More sneak peeks! This song is one of the dancer's favorites.

It's been said on the internet through various posts that the song is about death but what this dancer does is brings things to life instead. Have a listen and you love it just as much, stop by this Saturday to see it performed.

Fever Ray 'If I Had A Heart'

Here are some song facts for you to enjoy...
(from Wikipedia)
"If I Had a Heart" is a song performed, written and produced by Swedish recording artist Fever Ray. It was released as the lead single from her debut self-titled album, Fever Ray (2009), marking Ray's debut single as a solo artist, after her work with previous band, The Knife. The track was first released digitally in Sweden and across Europe on 15 December 2008 by Rabid Records, followed by a digital EP release on 26 January 2009. It was later released on CD, 7" and 12" formats in early 2009. The single's B-side premiered three days prior to the single release on Stereogum and is a remix of the track done by English experimental duo Fuck Buttons, and has remained as the duo's maiden work as remixers.

The song takes on a generally unconventional, dark and experimental style with its slow tempo, organ backing, repetitive synth beat and distinct vocals. Ray teamed up with long-term production partner Christoffer Berg (well known for his work with The Knife) for the production of "If I Had a Heart". The single, like the rest of the tracks on Ray's debut album, was written by herself. The lyrics were inspired by observation of her young children—a motif evident in the lyrics "Dangling feet from window frame / Will they ever ever reach the floor / More give me more give me more". Also featured on the single is a remix by Stockholm-based techno/electropop artist Familjen.

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