Miami-based, New York-red singer/songwriter Soleil shares the visuals for her latest single "Loves To Blame." Built on bright alluring keys, warm bouncy bass grooves, and Soleil's distinct vocals, the upbeat R&B record is as catchy as they come and also delves into the way love affects people. The title might be interpreted the wrong way as well but it's just detailing the accomodating aspect of being in love with someone and wanting that person in your life as opposed to something negative. The track sees her working with co-writers James Murphy and Mitch Cantor who help deliver the goods.
The music video directed by Grizzly Films and Liz Pollock aims to capture the pure essence of the feeling of being in love. It's more of performance shots than special effects and we get to see the singer in her true element. The vibrant, sexy aesthetic will keep viewers engaged from start to finish.
"Loves To Blame" is the follow-up to her previous darker-sounding single, "Noise."
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