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Los Angeles-based artist BELLSAINT sets the tone for spring with her new music video for “Like Gold To Me.” It’s the first music video BELLSAINT is releasing from her EP Technicolor Dream, available now on all major streaming platforms.
The Big Takeover is pleased to host the premiere of the video, which was edited by BELLSAINT herself.
The clip displays a quirky community theater ’60s variety show called The Golden Age Show. Starring celebrity fashion stylist Derek Warburton as the host, singer/songwriter Lashon Halley, and a comically enthusiastic applause/laugh track, this video brings to life the unapologetically retro vibe of the upbeat, nostalgic love song.
The video features jump cuts reminiscent of popular ’60s TV shows, fun wardrobe by Miracle Eye, and a colorful set that BELLSAINT created with Cory Pyke, Kyle Perrin, Kyle Moore, and Derek Warburton.
BELLSAINT appears on stage and performs the song, outfitted in a lovely sparkling antique-gold dress with heels to match and a swept-up hairdo. She’s a one-woman Girl Group on the boards, winning the listener/viewer over with her alluring posing and swaying movements on display.
This playful nod to vintage art and entertainment is full of charm and personality, will make you want to listen to the rest of the songs on Technicolor Dream. More videos are planned in the near future, so keep an eye out for them.
BELLSAINT’s captivating live show is attracting buzz as well, previously sharing the stage with diverse artists ranging from Lord Huron, Alec Benjamin, The Lone Bellow, Ocean Park Standoff, The Warbly Jets, and Katelyn Tarver.
With her songs featured in The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu), Riverdale (The CW), The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (Netflix), Shameless (Showtime), an ADIDAS commercial, Tyler Perry’s Boo 2!, and the upcoming series Little Fires Everywhere (Hulu), BELLSAINT is proving she’s here to stay.
BELLSAINT is conscious of giving back in her spare time, volunteering as a coach at LA’s Rock n’ Roll Camp for Girls, teaching songwriting to at-risk youth girls at Awaken Arts, and donating proceeds from her work to the National Center for Victims of Crime.
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