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Artemis debuts groovy new single, “Synchronicity” [Video]

Contemporary artist, Artemis creates a laid back funky vibe with her latest single, “Synchronicity.” The accompanying music video provides a 1970's inspired colorful visual for the smooth R&B beat. The retro sound combined with the singer’s sultry vocals make for a smooth, easy listen.

“Synchronicity” has a classic melody with a modern new wave twist. The single sounds like it belongs in the background of a hipster Manhattan coffee shop, but also the soundtrack to a Saturday night party clad with bell bottoms and peace signs. Artemis’ powerful vocals are the standout aspect of the track. Her voice is reminiscent of Corinne Bailey Rae with a hint of Amy Winehouse. The video emphasizes the use of the colors orange, yellow, and red with the singer as the focal point. She is carefree and limber as she dances with friends. From the mellow beat to the dance-inducing music video, the artist creates intrigue from simplicity.

For the single’s production, Artemis collaborated with fellow Vancouver talent, Isaiah Terrell-Dobbs, lead vocalist and bass player for the band, Shwey. “Synchronicity” is the third track on her most recent EP release, Glow4meplz. With her unique style and rare voice, listeners can look forward to more music and visuals from the up and coming singer.

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