Emily Zuzik has had a varied musical career, including projects such as San Francisco act, Sexfresh, Burning Man’s Funkmobile, and more. She’s also found her work placed in many film and TV spots, like the film, ‘Free The Nipple’, featured at Sundance Select, and TV shows ‘Smallville’, ‘Catfish’, and ‘Love Bites’, on NBC, for which she sang the theme song. Emily has the additional accolade of having worked with Moby on his album, ‘Destroyed’, on which she co-wrote and sang on the song, ‘The Low Hum’. Now she has released her latest track, ‘Alone’, from her new album, ‘ANGELNOS’.
‘ANGELENOS’ was produced by Tim Lefebvre, who is known for his bass-work on David Bowie’s album, ‘Blackstar’. It’s an album of lush instrumentation, and features elements of rock and electronica, providing a beautiful backdrop to Emily’s gorgeous vocals.
‘Alone’ is a glorious c of colour and light, and hundreds of images flash past in quick succession, adding to the franctic feel of the song. Clouds shoot past overhead, rainbows and prisms reflect the gritty overcast day. Static crackles on the screen, giving the effect of an old TV. High speed images are juxtaposed with stills and scenes of Emily singing in concert. It’s a vibrant and moving video working in perfect harmony with the song itself.