Based out of Los Angeles, CA is producer Amp Live who released his latest album, Headphone Conerto. The fourth song off that album features Eric Rachmany of Rebelution and with it is a new music video that you can view below…
Taking a unique approach with incorporating the sounds of a cello, “Signs” has an alt. electronic sound over a programmed beat & Eric’s vocals bodes well with a sound we’re not use to hearing him sing over. It gives us more of a glimpse of hearing Eric’s vocals outside a reggae genre & has me curious for more!
Here’s what Eric had to say about the song & the aligning music video: “’Signs’ is about two people being in the right place at the right time and ultimately finding a connection. To me, the video takes place after the man and woman have already met. It shows me contemplating what had just happened and how much I can’t stop thinking about the connection we shared. Amp Live originally sent me the instrumental as a reggae beat, but throughout the process it got flipped around and ended up being something completely different. It was a pleasure to be a part of this song as is any Amp Live project.”
The song also finds Amp Live & Eric Rachmany in the right place at the right time as they ultimately found a connection on this song. I’d love to see Eric explore more alternative sounds with Amp Live as well as his band.
Headphone Concerto is Amp Live’s Debut Solo Release although he’s released 11 albums as one half of the group Zion I. With his new single, “Signs” here’s what Amp Live had to say: “‘Signs’ talks about that initial feeling you get when you meet someone that your attracted to, which leads into a relationship down the line. In other words meeting “the 1″. The video is an abstract interpretation of that, using the beach to symbolize the different movements of that part of the relationship”
Check the video below & drop us a comment with your thoughts on the collaboration! You purchase this song as well as the entire Amp Live album, Headphone Conerto, on iTunes by clicking HERE!
Watch: Amp Live – “Signs” (feat. Eric Rachmany of Rebelution)