A nomadic songwriter who workis impossible to place...
Bedouine (Credit: Polly Antonia Barrowman)

Azniv Korkejian started moving as a child and never stopped.

Born in Syria to Armenian parents, she spent time in Saudi Arabia, Boston, Houston, L.A. Kentucky, Austin and Savannah, before finally settling (loosely) in Los Angeles.

Which is where the name Bedouine comes from - a vehicle for her artistry, it's a nod to the nomadic character bedouin.

An enchanting songwriter whose work is impossible to place, new cut 'Dusty Eyes' wanders across the landscape of husky 60s folk before adding some funkier elements.

Literate and entrancing, you can check out 'Dusty Eyes' below.

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