“The very first chord of Moses Sumney's "Doomed" is an oceanic, dark blue paired with a rich vermilion. Moses' voice is interesting to watch – sometimes it's a saturated charcoal-black, sometimes it's a smooth aqua – and that captivating, quick, occasional catch in his voice that sounds like an alto sax...it's a moment of sandpaper-textured gold. The soaring, far-away vocal cries in the background are a writhing purple. At the apex of the song, light pushes back the dark colors, and recedes again as the song draws back into itself.” from NPR Music feature “How A Synesthetic Artist Sees Sounds And Turns Music Into Paintings”

A musician, visual artist, and synesthete, Christina Eve
has a rare neurological condition called synesthesia that merges the senses, allowing her to see colors and shapes when she hears music.

She translates what she hears into visual form so others can see the beauty of sound.