PERFECT BLUE SKY ‘Darkness meets light’ song craft duo featuring Swedish black metal guitarist Pontus (PNA) Andersson from Netherbird and Australian alt-rock vocalist Jane Kitto. Combining their influences as songwriters, their sound is a hybrid between 70’s psychedelic rock meets 90’s grunge. They have performed in various constellations with guest musicians throughout the UK, Australia, Scandinavia, France and the Baltic states. Their current British line-up features James Frost on drums and bassist Jon Middleton. During Covid 19, all of PBS main shows had been cancelled until 2021. In the meantime the duo have kept up their presence making occasional on-line acoustic appearances. Andersson and Kitto together have released 2 full length albums and 5 singles. Perfect Blue Sky’s 1st single/video ‘Oh Pretty One’ is out June 26, 2020 via Record Union in Stockholm Sweden.
The video can be viewed here:
‘Oh Pretty One‘ is a song about a girl on the autistic spectrum somewhat trapped inside her imagination. The video was inspired by American photographer Francesca Woodman who lived in New York City until her death in 1981. She was an artist who created a beautiful, exploratory and imaginary world within her art whilst outside her door, the world appeared grey, alien and mundane. She constantly redesigned her inner world theatre until there was nothing left to discover. Based on a true story!
The video was made during lock down in our apartment staircase here in Newquay Cornwall with Pna’s newly aquired 3D Animation skills and the video was shot with Jane’s iPhone, its pretty hilarious.
Oh Pretty One (Single) can be ordered here: https://smarturl.it/
PERFECT BLUE SKY is:
Pontus (PNA) Andersson Vocals – Guitars
Jane Kitto Vocals – Acoustic guitar
James Frost – Drums
Jon Middleton – Bass
Frank Bessard Studio Drums
Danny Oakhill – Keyboards
Plus additional guest players
PERFECT BLUE SKY making a series of consecutive digital singles over the year (along with the B-Sides) and will compile them perhaps into a possible album later on. More info at Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/