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Dua Lipa - Swan Song - Acoustic Guitar Cover

The music video for "Swan Song" was directed by Floria Sigismondi and accompanied the song's release. A blockbuster visual, it follows a loose synopsis of Alita: Battle Angel, specifically with the self-discovery themes. The video features Lipa and her crew in the fictional Iron City of the film. They encounter a giant robot and eventually Alita, before Lipa transforms into her towards the end. Several critics complimented the video's sci-fi themes. An acoustic version and a remixes extended play were released for further promotion.

Dua Lipa - Swan Song - Acoustic Guitar Cover

On 17 December 2018, it was announced that Lipa would record "Swan Song" for Alita: Battle Angel and that the song would be released ahead of the film's 14 February 2019 release.[5] The same day, Lipa revealed the cover art.[23] Also in December 2018, the film's trailer was released, featuring clip of the song.[24] The following month, it was announced that the song would be released on 25 January 2019.[25] Lipa began teasing the song on social media thereafter.[26][27] Prior to the song's release, it was previewed in a TV spot for Alita: Battle Angel.[28]

"Swan Song" was released for digital download and streaming on 24 January 2019 through Warner Bros. Records as the lead single from the film's soundtrack, being released a day earlier than originally intended.[1] The following day, the song was sent for radio airplay in Australia and Italy.[29][30] On 28 January 2019, it was sent to US adult contemporary radio formats and contemporary hit radio formats the following day.[31][32] While promoting the song, Lipa wanted viewers to find a piece of themselves in Alita and inspire one to do good in everyday life.[4] "Swan Song" was included as the closing track on physical releases of the Milan Records-released Alita: Battle Angel soundtrack.[33] On 22 March 2019, an acoustic version of the song was released.[34] An extended play featuring remixes by DJ Shadow and NastyNasty, Maya Jane Coles, aboutagirl and Calibre was released on 12 April 2019.[35]

The music video for "Swan Song" was directed by Floria Sigismondi and filmed in December 2018.[8][55] Lipa described filming the video as different from ones she had done before as a movie team was working on it and CGI was used. She knew she wanted to do a fighting scene and had people from Alita: Battle Angel come and help her out and teach her how to do the fighting. The only time Lipa had to rehearse for the videos shoot was while she was in Toronto writing for her album so she would spend the entire day in the studio and then go and practice the moves every night for two to three hours.[4] Sigismondi wanted the video to showcase the self-discovery themes of Alita: Battle Angel.[12] She thought that the film is a powerful story for any girl who does not know her power, a notion the director wanted to play with by putting Lipa into Alita's world and using Alita to help Lipa on a journey to discover she's stronger than she knew.[56] Along with the song's announcement, Lipa revealed that it would also receive a music video.[23] The video accompanied the single's release on 24 January 2019.[57] It follows a loose synopsis of the film and is a blockbuster production.[9][37]

Following "Fast Car" and "Missing Out" comes a third new Syd single. This one's fueled by acoustic guitar and upbeat drums in a '90s R&B way, and it comes with a verse from the great Midwest rapper Smino.

Moses Sumney has announced the launch of Tuntum, a label, production company, and creative agency based out of Asheville, NY. Tuntum's first release is Moses' new cover of T-Pain's "Can't Believe it," featuring saxophone player Sam Gendel. "When I moved to California at 16, T-Pain's 'Can't Believe It' was one of the first songs I heard on the radio," Moses says. "Sitting in a vast Wal-Mart parking lot, I wondered at how everything was bigger in America, and turned up the bass. I learned to associate T-Pain with newness, half because his music soundtracked a transitional point in my life, half because his sonic exploration was so fresh. Much like Suzanne Ciani, Herbie Hancock, and Laurie Anderson before him, T-Pain has remained an aesthetic beacon for me as I've explored the ever-thinning boundary between the human voice and technological augmentation of it. As I enter yet another life transition with my new label Tuntum, a tribute to T-Pain felt like the most fitting beginning of a new era."

NYC indie vets We Are Scientists will release a new album, Huffy, on October 8 via Masterswan Records. It's their first record in three years, and the new single is the anthemic "You've Lost Your Shit." As usual for the band, the song comes with a funny, memorable video, this time involving an organ black market, with frontman Keith Murray waking up in a bathtub full of ice and a suture in his abdomen.

Listen to new songs by Syd, SZA, Moses Sumney (T-Pain cover), Annie (cover from 'Dirty Dancing'), Elton John & Dua Lipa (The Blessed Madonna remix), Danny Elfman (Squarepusher remix), Employed To Serve, Omnigone, Worm, Duke Deuce, Trentemøller, and more...\nRead More

If she does a ballad, I hope it's something "full" and cinematic like Live to Tell, Confide in Me, Say It Right, Love on the Brain, etc. Not here for Ed Sheeran'd acoustic guitar nonsense. It doesn't suit her brand. 041b061a72


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