‘The Beekeeper’ to me is an album which, at its core, is about betrayal. It is honest and visceral in it’s interpretation if it, yet doesn’t seem to sulk in its own victimhood and allows itself to represent and release pain without self-pity. It uses its own Garden, a sacred place that is both lush and impenetrable, as its strength. Hopefully that Garden pops up in these photos too.
A Special Thanks to Tess for being down with the Bees.