A retrospective view of a life lived behind a window. This is the main story of Irene Conti’s debut music video for her new album “The World in Front of Me”. It may sound very familiar to what many people are experiencing right now because of the lockdown measures due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
“Having written it over a year ago, it just wasn’t meant to be a song about life during the lockdown,” said Irene.
But its meaning is terribly close to what is happening right now to many of us: that feeling of living their own life as a spectator, unable to act and become its main character.
The result is a nostalgic-sounding video that could have been shot for a Hollywood film from the 1960s.
Directors of the day would happily add this piece of music to their soundtracks for Ben Walker’s stunning arrangement alone. The song is further enhanced by the beauty of Maya McCourt’s cello (add instrument here) playing and by Irene Conti’s captivating vocals.
The music video is now available on her Official Youtube channel
Listen to ‘The World in Front of Me’ on Spotify.
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I am so happy that the dream of a life becomes a reality for someone. There are many super-artists who are unknown and who instead deserve full recognition. There is a huge work behind the life of an artist such as a musician: this is technique, passion, love, emotions and a great will to share this with the world. And music is the language of the soul.
I always love to see when the dream of a life becomes a reality. There are many hidden and unknown artists in the world. They deserve a recognition. An artist’s work is made of technique, passion, creativity, devotion, perseverance and a strong will to share all this with the world. Music is the language of the soul.