Petunia-Liebling MacPumpkin

aartist: Petunia-Liebling MacPumpkin
keywords: expérimental, avant-garde, cabaret, dark, psychedelic, singer, pumpkins, songwriter, fish, lofi
label: Electric Phantom http://www.electric-phantom.com

if you had been strolling around the weird corners of the internet, you might have come across the curiously interesting world of Petunia-Liebling MacPumpkin. It is strange that she has not been featured here on our little humble site, but let’s say that her art isn’t as easy to be captured with a lasso. Today however, I would like to publicly decorate this post with some interesting Youtube music videos of this gorgeous artist.

First of all let’s dive in her wonderful almost cabaret-like extra ordinary house to hear and see her perform the ‘Houseplants’ song. Here she shows us around her odd collection of house plant tools, what appears to be talking plants with yes, and underwater plants. Here Petunia-Liebling MacPumpkin gives her pumpkins water, serenades them and manages to have a great time in highly LSD infected landscape. Her Donald Duck costume is absolutely charming, and her singing voice is the one who can sit next to your bed and tell you stories before napping time. Be aware of the octopus and the lose teeth, but whatever you do please plug in and enjoy the show:

Let’s move to ‘Autumn Leaves’ a song featuring her special voice, her special trademark one of a kind music and a great start to feel the magic between her and the illustrative animation by Jodie Lowther. It’s perhaps the same technic used in the famed ‘Who framed Rodger Rabbit classic’ , but Petunia-Liebling MacPumpkin is definitely not a rabbit or a woman in a red glittery dress. Her skin appears to be deliciously colored to fit the backdrops, arned with red lips and stellar signs and her performing a blond miss Justice. It’s the place in which autumn leaves show off their beauty, worms pop up for the munchies and Petunia-Liebling MacPumpkin takes us through the changes of the time. Isn’t it beautiful? It sure is:

If you can’t have enough of Petunia-Liebling MacPumpkin you are probably not the only one. Luckily for your satisfaction she has a very lovely video and song about ‘Frozen Fish’. This features everything that will satisfy every new and old Petunia-Liebling MacPumpkin fan. Psychedelic atmosphere, and a brutal catchy song camouflaged under a fine layer of underwater eccentricity.
Somehow this song makes me want to be a dead fish, just so Petunia-Liebling MacPumpkin will hold me in her arms… How about you?

Perhaps if we all would be frozen fish we could all appear in her videos so she wouldn’t be a Lonely Lady no more. Perhaps we can just all gather together at the screen, play her ‘Loney Lady’ music video and grab one of the many hands, step into the hypnotic spiral, ride the bird and meet up Petunia-Liebling MacPumpkin in Youtube land.

Or perhaps you aren’t high enough? You are not lost enough to step into this world.. A possibility is following the green glow that Petunia-Liebling MacPumpkin so kindly provides, open up the egg and inhale the content with your ears and eyes to get your head down to the planet of this magical artist.

Before leaving my own head and this post; let’s post Petunia-Liebling MacPumpkin’s latest video clip is for the bright and uplifting ‘Bagboy Cowboy’ song. Here she rides her grocery store trolley and meets the handsome bagboy cowboy who also spends a fair amount of time playing with a fish. Is this the beginning of a love relationship?

If you dig (who wouldn’t?) the music of this spectacular artist, than it is a good idea to show some support and get one of her two albums(or both!) from the electric phantom label. They are both fishy, but in Petunia-Liebling MacPumpkin’s world; that’s totally a good thing!
http://www.electric-phantom.com/merch.html
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