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Art d’Ecco

Art d’Ecco returns with new single and video "I Feel Alive’".

Canadian artist Art d’Ecco returns today with his first new music in almost two years, with a single and video for ‘I Feel Alive’ 

"'I Feel Alive' is about breaking free,”

shares Art d’Ecco.

"I wanted to tie my love for music to that feeling of being alive - when a song lights you on fire from the inside - it’s a powerful, undeniable emotion.”  

Rewind to the summer of 2023 with Art in LA, the track initially emerged as he combed through his iPhone voice memos, looking for some nuggets of inspiration. There he found a loose chord progression and built on the track during some rather spontaneous sessions with Kevin and Charlie from the band Sure Sure. More time was invested back in Vancouver, adding horns and further flourishes, before being mixed by Gus Van Go (Metric/The Stills) in Toronto. Art's directive to him was, “Go as big and wide as possible!”

Art d'Ecco is widely known for harnessing key musical decades and influences, which he then masterfully genre-bends back into his own stylish, distinctive and subversively catchy sound and vision. Across each of his three albums which include, 2018's Trespasser where d'Ecco blended glam rock, post-punk, and synth pop and evoked the likes of David Bowie, Iggy Pop, and Robert Smith, to 2021's In Standard Definition and the following year's, After the Head Rush, he added more ambition to the mix, giving his reflections on nostalgia a cinematic sweep. Art’s music has resonated with an ever-growing audience and international tours with the likes of Hot Chip, Blossoms, The Dandy Warhols, Franz Ferdinand, Temples, L’Eclair and more. Highlighted as one of Rolling Stone Magazine’s “Coolest Things We Saw at SXSW 2022”, Art continues to level-up his profile through the recognition of his undeniable talent by music fans, artist peers and industry tastemakers internationally. 

More music from Art d'Ecco can be expected very soon, as made apparent by a different forthcoming unreleased track from Art being featured on the hit Crave/Hulu television series Shoresy's Season 3 finale which premiered on June 21st and led to the track trending on Shazam.


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