Queer Synth-Pop CARSON Presents “Once Again”
With a glam rock aesthetic that has been MIA in the mainstream since the days of Bowie, CARSON is looking to bring that and then some back into pop music with his synth-filled new single and video, “Once Again.”
“Once Again” both the song and the video, inspire a range of things; from movement to movements. The synth-pop sounds pulsate throughout as CARSON delivers the lyrics with finesse while the video showcases a myriad of LGBTQ faces.
CARSON boasts proudly of the casting, “I’m really happy my friends Garnet Rubio who is a Trans POC woman, David Bowie look-alike Cory Alexander could be a part of it. All the minds behind this video were women. It was directed by female powerhouse Symone Ridgell, produced by Cookie Walakus, styled by Ella Cepeda, and hair and makeup were done by Hinano Leung. It was a team of women supporting queer and gay artists, and a gay artist supporting a team of brilliant women; it doesn’t get better than that.”
CARSON has only been out publicly in music for over a year after dropping his debut EP, N°1 last July, but he’s been making and producing his music since he was 14. He was inspired at an early age by everyone from ’80s darlings The Cure and Soft Cell to the man behind hits from Backstreet Boys and Britney Spears, Max Martin. The emerging underground pop artist laments, “I like to merge the two stylistically and it’s a great time in music to do that right now.”
Those interested in adding “Once Again” to their pop playlists, the video to their site, or interviewing CARSON about the music can reach out via the information provided below.
For more from CARSON: carsonmusic.co
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