Ethereal Beauty creates for a musical sphere of landscapes. The soundtrack to a rainy day, as it was meant to be. A field of things to come, for once and forever.
As a relatively new band, Ethereal Beauty’s music has an approach fairly undeveloped in most musical scenes. Coming from Calexico, a south Californian town with very little musical taste, something was bound to happen, and it did. Jordan Leal, who had previously and simultaneously fronted Desolation, needed a change of mood. Inspired by the post-rock movement, he opted for a nature oriented atmosphere. After writing only two songs, a deal was worked out to make a split release with Vision Éternel. The outcome can only be beautiful.