BY Nina K. Guzman
on Feb 26, 2014
While there's no denying Fiona Apple's other worldly musical skills, an upcoming project will have the singer trading her vocal and songwriting abilities for real super powers in the new French show, H-Man. She plays BioFrau, the leader of the activist group "Feux Verts" who apparently will have some awesome earth bending powers of her own. The show was created from the mind of Joseph Cahill, the same guy who directed Apple's music video for "Every Single Night," if that tells you anything about the surreal nature of this series. Read More
BY Melanie Mignucci
on Aug 15, 2013
Fiona Apple commands a certain level of crazy, but would you love her any other way?
This video of Apple posted by tourmate Blake Mills’ record label, Record Collection, shows her and Mills singing an acoustic cover of “I Know,” from 1999’s When the Pawn…, as a gaunt-ish Apple holds an unidentified elderly woman’s hand. Another, aptly titled “Untitled,” shows Apple cutting off her locks in front of a bathroom mirror while wearing a face mask and muttering to herself. Read More
BY Laurel Walsh
on Jul 25, 2013
Is it bad that I hope this song gets stuck in my head? Fiona Apple's latest video release is almost too good for me to handle.
"Hot Knife" is from Fiona's most recent album, last June's The Idler Wheel. The track starts simple and steadily builds, layer by sonic layer, with the video's visual complexity building right at-pace. What begins with clean beats on a black-and-white drum ends with a colorful collection of sights and sounds on a screen split five ways. Read More
BY shannon carlin
on Oct 19, 2012
Choosing to see Fiona Apple live is definitely a gamble. On a bad night she might rant about her recent drug arrest in Texas or she might decide to hide under her piano or she might just decide to cut things short completely. But on a good night--and Tuesday night at Terminal 5 in New York City was a very good night-- Apple proved why she’s worth shelling out a few bucks for.
From the moment she sang the first words of “Fast As You Can” Apple was in full control. Read More