NEW RELEASE: ‘BODY LIGHTS THE WAY’ Skye Wallace Releases Music Video

Skye Wallace has released the official music video for her single, ‘Body Lights The Way’.

“Body lights the way is inspired by a story I read of a sex worker during the Dawson City Gold Rush. At the time, I was staying there for a songwriting residency.  Her badass tale inspired me to take that fire, that fuel and put it into song. I want you to feel a sense of shiny empowerment when you listen, along with a groove that will hopefully spark you to have a really good day!”

The song has carefree energy and the video that accompanies the song shows the same carefree visuals. The video is based around the sport curling and Skye said,

“Coming from a very curling-oriented family, I’ve been playing and loving the sport ever since I was little. Curling was also my entryway into meeting the incredible community up in Dawson City while I stayed there. It was a super special opportunity to play into my nostalgia and bring this world to the surface as an accompaniment to the music I create.”

The video was directed and edited by Dan Sokolowski, and filmed by Nicholas Marinelli & Dan Sokolowski. ‘Body Lights The Way’ is very lively, with a lot of soul to it, which also comes across in the music video.

It is very rock oriented and the song starts with the drums, which give way further on to guitar riffs. Skye’s voice then come in, bringing the song to life, enabling the listener to visualize the song’s background from her vocals and lyrics.

There is a lot of vibrancy to her voice, drawing attention to the harmonics involved in the song and vocals.

Watch the music video for ‘Body Lights The Way’:


p style=”text-align: justify;”>Find further information and listen to the music of Skye Wallace online on Spotify, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

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