Kayla Marque's newest music video for her upcoming visual album "Brain Chemistry" transforms the soulful Denver alt-pop artist into a 2-D character.
In this laid back R&B track about breaking free, Marque explains the reason she wanted to create a visual world for the song “Copyrights” is that, “animated films played a big role in my upbringing ... In fact, 'Fantasia' was the first movie I remember seeing at the age of four and I still watch it routinely with the same excitement and wonder.”
"Copyrights" is the third music video release for Marque's upcoming Brain Chemistry dual-EP. Her previous video for “Love Should Be” was an official selection at the 2019 Denver Film Festival. While it doesn't yet have a release date, expect more music videos to come from this virtual album.
You can also find Marque performing in a new Colorado supergroup called The Grand Alliance along with R&B artists CRL CRRLL and Sur Ellz. Their first single “Chakra Khan” is out and you can listen to their Indie 102.3 Sessions on Feb. 27 at 8 p.m. during Live From the Local 303.
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