Kelsie Kimberlin - “Armageddon” ~ Kelsie Kimberlin brings on an Armageddon!
Kelsie Kimberlin, an Ukrainian-American musician and singer at the age of 22, is an accessible and entertaining figure in the industry. She also engages her audience in crucial social themes and dual meanings that demonstrate her profound understanding of the creative power of music. From an early age, Kelsie surrounded herself with music. She sang, participated in Yoko Ono's Peace Project, and spent much of her childhood in music studios working on an endless stream of original songs. She takes pride in participating in every aspect of art, such as writing, recording, performing, and filming her videos.
Kelsie has amassed over 25,000 monthly listeners on Spotify alone since her first official release of Lobotomy in June 2020. On August 31st, Kelsie released her most recent single called Armageddon. The song has garnered over 45,000 streams on Spotify alone, making it the most popular release today. Being born in Ukraine, Kelsie was inspired by Ukrainian President Zelensky's words urging artists worldwide to use their music to draw attention to Ukraine and bring victory and peace to the country. The powerful video for Armageddon was shot in Ukraine, where she experienced martial law, air raid sirens, and drone and missile attacks that were destroyed by anti-missile batteries overhead.
"Armageddon" is a great rock anthem that tells the story of why Ukraine is fighting a war against an awful enemy that provokes hatred. I enjoyed the song's build that provokes feelings of strength that the villain will not win this war, but also a sense of rage that a human being is filled with hatred to even start this war. Personally, I have been following this horrendous war from the beginning, and am rooting for the Ukrainians to win this war. However, rather than rooting for them, I hold the belief that good always triumphs over evil.
Listen to "Armageddon" on Spotify here -
You can check out Kelsie Kimberlin’s website here -
A brilliant addition to the repertoire -