Indie artist Lucia releases ‘I Can’t Fly’ + music video for silhouette fantasy story ‘Tales of the Night’
Internationally known French silhouette animator Michel Ocelot and Lucia have collaborated for a silhouette fantasy movie Tales of the Night with Lucia’s I Can’t Fly, to create a magical story.
With gorgeous colors and the addition of Lucia’s fascinating voice, you can’t hardly take your eyes off for one moment in the movie, the two have matched well and have been able to surpass the expectations of the public.
For those of you who are not familiar with Lucia aka Shim Gyusun (심규선), here is a short introduction for her music: (You can also check out our recent review here: Album Review: Lucia – Décalcomanie)
In September of 2011, Lucia has been active through television, radio and a variety of media to connect with the people through music since her 1st album A Room of One’s Own (자신만의 방) which is produced by Epitone Project. After releasing the 1st album with the help of Epitone Project, she wondered of her musical identity and at the end of the year, she put forth her style in her own pure way. Lucia’s most recent album Décalcomanie which was released October 17th was an album fully produced by herself. The album that was born through purely her hands, shows her color transparently.
Check out the silhouette movie clip here, along with her title song from Décalcomanie:
I Can’t Fly
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Savior from Décalcomanie
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