Breathe Of My Leaves is comprised of Vancouver-based Stephano Barberis and Calgary-based Jordan Gant. The duo has shared a lyric video for their newest single, “Avalon.”
“A personal question is often pushed upon my conscience: Do I live a life without major fear and reward, or do I live a life of adventure and battles, worthy of passing through Avalon with kings when my life comes to an end?”
The track itself lifts off like a rocket straight away and keeps building to the end with Jordan’s belting vocals, only given a brief respite via an ethereal whispered section.
“I wanted to evoke the vibes of hi-nrg electronic discoid-electropop on a hot day when there wasn’t a care in the world and summer was endless. It’s a certified singalong banger to my ears, and I hope people feel the same.”
Also appearing on the track is Jordan’s girlfriend, Tareya Green, who is no stranger to the Canadian music scene (Autumn Hill duo/solo artist).
“Avalon” hints at a rather big-sounding, analog-synth-drenched forthcoming album with equally passionate vocals and rapturous melodies.
“Avalon” was written by Stephano Barberis and Jordan Gant, produced and mixed by Barberis, and mastered by Colin Janz. The track follows up the single “Us” back in April of this year. “Us” made it onto various online Top Ten electronic charts around the world and received airplay on all the major online electronic radio stations and some pop ones as well.
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