Allison Goldfarb AKA: Geranium grew up on a steady diet of Mazzy Star and The Jesus and Mary Chain. During her college years in Minneapolis, she recorded some songs in a dream pop band called Honeymoon. Now a native of Los Angeles, Goldfarb has shared music from her new project . The video for her current single “Separate Life” was directed and edited by Christina Bryson. “Separate Life” was mixed by Jorge Elbrecht, and is off Geranium’s forthcoming self-titled Ep, which arrives February 14th via Forged Artifacts.
Christina Bryson on the video for “Separate Life”
“A space between reality and dreams, the psychedelic trip is akin to memory. When we remember, our imaginations latch on to impressionistic details and color past events with current conditions. It’s seductive to relive past memories to escape an uncomfortable present moment. Separate Life is about longing for something that may never have been real in the first place through the lens of an imagined long distance holiday romance fated to be short lived. Something protected from the wear of time can live forever in the glow of nostalgia.”