Artist Zaynoon Releases Lyric Video For Latest Single ‘LOML’

You hear plenty of people say they’ve met their person, the love of their life. Lebanese born composer, singer, songwriter, producer, and visual animator Zaynoon is one of those people, and he’s shared his feelings in his latest single, ‘LOML’, which is available to stream and download here. You can also check out the lyric video on his official website.

Fans of Zaynoon will be more familiar with the riddles he offers in his music, but with ‘LOML’, the artist, who now lives in the USA, wanted to offer a more upbeat and colourful track; one with a pop punk vibe to it. The lyric video which it accompanies is equally colourful and vibrant, and Zaynoon created the animated clip himself.

Speaking of the doubtlessly earworming song, Zaynoon said,

“I wanted to paint out how I feel in a song with all the bright colors in my palette. I want people to feel that inclusive feeling of simply feeling good by that special person even if that means that person is yourself.”

Zaynoon fled war-torn Lebanon at the age of 16, and settled in the United States. His new project has taken years of work, and sees him embrace sounds without being too sentimental or overly dramatic, and reflects those artists who have inspired him, including Frank Ocean, and composer Ludovico Einaudi.

‘LOML (Love Of My Life)’ is a great example of Zaynoon’s high standards, and bodes well for his upcoming album.

You can find out more about Zaynoon and his music online on Facebook, Twitter, InstagramSoundCloud, Spotify, and Apple Music.

Zaynoon - LOML (Love Of My Life) Lyric Video

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