Kinneret Cojures a Magical Sonic Spell With "Wizardry!"


Photo: Jack Perkins

With a name that translates to “harp” in Biblical Hebrew, Kinneret’s latest single “Wizardry!” is proof that her artistry is an itch her soul simply can’t help but scratch.

Effortlessly enchanting, the 19-year-old is a true creative. Upon first glance, you’d easily mistake her for a preschool teacher, because of the blinding vibrancy of her spirit: she’s loudly herself, and that’s what makes her so magnetic.

Following her massively popular single “No Wind Resistance,” which had several viral rounds on TikTok and amassed over 67 million plays on Spotify, Kinneret is keeping up the momentum with her newest release “Wizardry!” Her lyrics tell stories of existential introspection, our relationship with the universe, and this single is no different. Recounting how the world around her speaks back to her, the song tips its hat at our alchemical ability and the words we use as spells.

“Wizardry!” is accompanied by a visual that plays into the song’s playful essence, pasting Kinneret into different scenes, all bright and ethereal. She’s a grown-up Junie B. Jones under a sea of stars, promising to continue wishing with each reincarnation.

A self-described "psychedelic indie space cowgirl," she’s an explorer of many worlds and the dimensions in between, gracing us with her findings. There wasn’t any other choice but for Kinneret to be abrasively honest about who she is, and her insatiable curiosity and child-like wonder are her golden ticket. With a soul that is both 12 and 12,000 years old, we’re just grateful we landed on the same timeline.

Watch the "Wizardry!" video below:

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