Stereolizza’s Neo-Noir Video Work

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March 10, 2014 – Stereolizza drops a music video for “Set My Heart On Fire”, a 128 BPM electro house track that is a solid beat construction where confident and absorbing vocals reside. Stereolizza takes you from rolling and groovy verses and lets you float right into a moody and spacious breakdown with deep flickering synths, which is followed by punchy but yet melodic drop.

The music video was influenced by neo-noir comics of Frank Miller, including his famous series “Sin City”, and was directed and produced by the musicians themselves.

The commercial release of the EP with remixes is expected in the next few months.

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“Go Back To Your Mama” Premiere

“Go Back To Your Mama” is a new track from the band. Stereolizza continues to radiate urban pop vibes keeping that attitude and swagger that we already know from the times of “X.Y.Z.”, but adding elements of house music to their style.

Scouting for shooting locations for the music video, Lizza and AlecZero came across a lonely church in Mojave desert and met with its Minister, Oscar Castaneda. He told the story of the Calvary Baptist Church – it was that Hi Vista church where Quentin Tarantino shot the wedding scene for “Kill Bill”. Stereolizza were looking for a trailer for one of the scenes of the music video, and Oscar showed them an old bus parked his back yard for many years. It turned out he had another exact same bus, but Tarantino bought him back in times and blew it up during his famous “Kill Bill” shoot.

Stereolizza’s “Go Back To Your Mama” music video just premiered on the biggest national music TV channel in Ukraine – M1, broadcasting to 27,5 million Ukrainians.