“Unthinkable” by Neiyla

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Message from Neiyla

“When I was 17 years old I sat down in front of my piano and wrote a song about all the nuisance in the world and how we should find solutions rather than excuses. So excited to finally share this song and message with you now.”

About Neiyla

Neiyla is a singer from Linz, Austria. Below is the bio in English from her website. [Source]

“After many years of singing song ideas into my phone and practicing my vocals I became tired of waiting for someone else to make my dream of becoming a singer a reality for me and decided to take things into my own hands. I started organising my own gigs at the age of 16 and as the years have passed, I managed to not only sing in my home country Austria but also to organise shows in London, Berlin, Edinburgh, Italy, and South England. I am happy to look back on past performances at the Brucknerhaus in Linz, at the Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival, the Hampstead Jazz Club in London, the Marianne Mendt Jazz Festival and as the star guest of the International Youth-Theatre-Award 2019. In September 2020 I finally built the courage to release my debut single Good Thing in the style of Pop/RnB which received airplay on major Austrian radio stations like Hitradio Ö3 as well as other European radio stations and TV appearances on ORF2 and Puls4. As a singer & songwriter I can combine my longstanding passions for songwriting and storytelling. With my positive sound and frank lyrics, I want to encourage young people and especially young women to realize their worth, speak their mind and to fulfill their potentials and goals by taking things into their own hands.” ~ Neiyla

Learn More

Here are some links where you can learn more about Neiyla. Be sure to listen to more music from Neiyla on her Spotify artist page linked below.

  • Facebook [View]
  • Instagram [View]
  • Spotify – Artist Page [View]
  • Spotify – “Unthinkable” [View]
  • YouTube – Artist Channel [View]
  • Website – Neiyla.com [View]

2022 Concert Schedule

Below is the 2022 concert schedule for February to August. Note that the dates are written as day, month, year. [Source: Neiyla Website]

  • 03.02.2022 – EP Release Konzert im Kultur Hof, Linz
  • 05.03.2022 – RRS in Concert, Gallneukirchen
  • 24.04.2022 – Nové Hrady Stadtplatz (CZ)
  • 01.05.2022 – Surf World Cup Podersdorf
  • 17.05.2022 – Kowalski Gallneukirchen
  • 26.05.2022 – Diakoniefest, Gallneukirchen
  • 11.06.2022 – Spinnerei Traun (Open Air 10h – 13h)
  • 11.06.2022 – Lange Nacht der Bühnen (Sonnenstein Loft, 21h)
  • 13.07.2022 – Botanischer Garten, Linz
  • 21.07.2022 – Musica De Autor Vienna
  • 13.08.2022 – Sommer-muzikfest České Velenice

Document History

  • Page created on request by Neiyla. Post date set as 3 Jun 2022 to reflect the original YouTube video date. (8 Jun 2022 at 4:46 PM CT)

Evie Clair ft. Kirra Abplanalp – Where Can I Turn For Peace? / Nearer My God To Thee (Mash-Up)

Arranged by Evie Clair Ft. Kirra Abplanalp
Ft. Christy Mann on Cello
Directed by @Tanner Blackburn (Instagram – @tannerblackburn_)
Audio by Stephen Moyer https://www.evieclair.com/
Dress – https://dmfashion.com/ @shopdmfashion (Instagram)
Hair – @braidsbyellie__ (Instagram)
Makeup – https://makeupbyvelvet.com/ @makeupby_velvet (Instagram)

[Video Date: 12 Dec 2021]

“Ode” by Christopher Young

“I recently discovered the ArtList.io music licensing service where numerous artists share their music with license rights available to those who produce videos. Using high quality stock video clips from Videoblocks, I created a music video using the song “Ode” by Christopher Young. Enjoy!” ~ Greg Johnson, Founder of Inspiring Music Videos

“Invincible” by Laura Wright

Laura Wright sings “Invincible”, written by Laura Wright and John Haywood, accompanied by Marsha Skinns (violin), Katie Holt (cello) and A.J Moore (guitar), tenor backing vocals by Seamus Wright, Liam Wright and Patrick Wright, at Union Chapel, Islington, on Thursday 26th March 2015 as part of the “Sound Of Strength” Tour.

“La Gozadera” – Gente de Zona and Marc Anthony (Music Video)

The music video “La Gozadera” with Gente de Zona and Marc Anthony has had 689 million views since it’s release on 5 June 2015 to YouTube.

About

Published to YouTube on Jun 5, 2015

Gente De Zona – “La Gozadera” [Official Music Video]
Gente De Zona’s album “Visualízate” is available on these digital platforms:
iTunes: http://smarturl.it/Visualizate
Google Play: http://smarturl.it/VisualizateGP
Amazon: http://smarturl.it/VisualizateAm
Spotify: http://smarturl.it/VisualizateSp

Follow Gente De Zona:
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/gentedezona
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/gdzoficial
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/gentedezona
Official music video by Gente De Zona performing “La Gozadera.” (C) 2016 Sony Music Entertainment US Latin LLC / Magnus Media LLC

“What Do You Love” by Seeb featuring Jacob Banks (Music Video)

Below is “What Do You Love” — an uplifting, inspiring, and positive music video performance by Seeb featuring Jacob Banks.

“What Do You Love” is a song from Norwegian production trio Seeb, featuring vocals from British singer Jacob Banks. The song was written by Jayd Alexander, Hannes Netzell, Christian Olsson, Espen Berg, Simen Eriksrud, Christoffer Huse, and Trond Opsahl, with the latter four handling the song’s production. It was made available for digital download on 14 October 2016 through Sky Music, Island Records, and Universal Music Group. (source)

For the best viewing experience, view in full screen (option in lower right corner of video window) and close any ads that appear by clicking the small ‘x’ box in the upper right corner of the ad.

Concert Performance Version

Lyrics Version

Black Bloc Anthem – “You Are Not Alone” by Alan Walker (Music Video)

On 1 Dec 2016, Norwegian record producer and DJ Alan Walker launched “You Are Not Alone” as what seems to be a Black Bloc Anthem. In two months, the video has had 164 million views which is expected to climb. Walker’s music video “Faded” has had 932 million views, making his cumulative reach for two videos at over 1 billion views. Walkers recent videos show what appear to be people dressed as black bloc activists.

According to Wikipedia:

Most of the video was filmed in Norway, focusing on Walker’s home town Bergen, and included panoramic shots of nearby tourist attractions such as Ulriken and Trolltunga in Odda. Some parts were also filmed at prominent locations in Europe, including London, Paris and Berlin. Some of the footage in the video are submitted by Walker’s fans around the world. (source)

The term Black Bloc originally referred to a form of protest action where participants would dress in black, and cover their faces. The “black bloc movement” is growing to become a global force of anonymous loosely interconnected occupy-like protest sub-groups that can be immediately called upon to unify and organize world-wide protests, marches, events, and direct actions. The global organization includes event organizers, leaders, media content producers, gamers, hacktivists, and people with other skill sets.

Below are five of Walker’s recent videos including “You Are Not Alone.” Play in full-screen mode for the best viewing experience. Some of these videos may have ads appear. You can close the ad image by clicking the ‘x’ box in the upper right corner.

“You Are Not Alone”

“Sing Me To Sleep”

“Faded”

“Routine”

“Force”

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How You Live (Turn Up The Music) by Point of Grace

Originally uploaded to YouTube on Sep 11, 2007. “How You Live (Turn Up The Music)” (Video) by Point of Grace (c) 2007 Word Entertainment LLC, A Warner/Curb Company.

Lyrics

Wake up to the sunlight with your windows open
Don’t hold in your anger or leave things unspoken
Wear your red dress use your good dishes
Make a big mess and make lots of wishes
Have what you want, but want what you have
And don’t spend you life looking back

Turn up the music Turn it up Loud
Take a few chances Let it all out
Because you won’t regret it
Looking back from where you have been
Because it’s not who you knew and it’s not what you did
It’s how you Live

So go to the ballgames and go to the ballet
And go see your folks more than just on the holidays
Kiss all your children Dance with your wife
Tell your husband you love him every night
Don’t run from the truth cause you can’t get away
Oh no
Just face it and you’ll be ok

Turn up the music Turn it up Loud
Take a few chances Let it all out
Because you won’t regret it
Looking back from where you have been
Because it’s not who you knew and it’s not what you did
It’s how you Live

Where ever you are and wherever you’ve been
Now is a time to begin

So give to the needy and Pray for the grieving
Even when you don’t think that you can
Cause all that you do is bound to come back to you
So think of your fellow man
And make peace with God and Make peace with yourself
Oh yeah
Cause in the end there’s nobody else

Turn up the music Turn it up Loud
Take a few chances Let it all out
Because you won’t regret it
Looking back from where you have been
Because it’s not who you knew and it’s not what you did
It’s how you Live

Because it’s not who you knew and it’s not what you did
It’s how you Live

Amazing Video from Western Sydney University

On 3 Sep 2015, Western Sydney University posted an inspiring video about Deng Thiak Adut, a graduate of their university. As of 11 Jan 2016, the video has already had 1.8 million views. Watch it and you’ll see why it’s been so popular.