This week Nuria is switching up the beat with her latest single “Red Velvet”. Bouncing between her true contemporary sound that incorporates classical piano and vocal elements, Nuria is adding an indie, alternative touch to this track and oh my god does it work so well!
“Red Velvet is a song about the external observation of self - observing the roles that we play in our life and the component of performance in our every day,” said Nuria. “The song considers the perspective that we are our own most important audience members and that we owe ourselves honesty and integrity in the way we live our lives. This concept is illustrated through the story of showgirl with her glossy exterior contrasting with glimpses of her vulnerable inner world.”
“Red Velvet” was written and recorded in Nuria’s home studio, produced by Melbourne artist Sam Phay and mixed and mastered by Peter Holz (Gang of Youths, The Veronicas, Jessica Mauboy, Delta Goodrem). The associated film clip by award winning Tasmanian filmmaker, Daniel Peek, is shot in Hobart’s iconic Theatre Royal and stars five dancers from the local burlesque group, The Moonlight Aviators.
A versatile queen, Nuria is giving adaptability, taste and talent with each new release. “Red Velvet” is sure to hype you up for Nuria’s upcoming album expected later on this year.