SoulBounce Exclusive: Lorine Chia & Romero Mosley Go To Outer Space For An 'Intergalactic Love'


If the hustle and bustle of the recent holiday season distracted you from all the good music that dropped in December, then you may have missed the new single "A Little While" brought to you by singer Lorine Chia and producer Romero Mosley. The jazzy soul number was the first listen from Chia and Mosley's EP, When Morning Comes, which has since been released at the top of the year and features a total of six songs along those same chill vibes. That laid-back feel is showcased on their new single, "Intergalactic Love," which is being introduced by a music video that SoulBounce is world premiering today.

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For a song named "Intergalactic Love," it makes perfect sense for the visuals to be something out of this world (or at least out of the ordinary) and animator Jorde Durden steps up to the challenge. Durden creates a computer-generated galaxy with jagged shapes, line drawings and vibrant colors of purple, pink, blue and aqua. The main focus is a shapely female figure who relaxes and is totally unbothered while a spaceship approaches her. As Chia sings the chorus, "Every time I see your face, I go / Off into outer space, I zone," you, too, may find yourself zoning out while watching the clip as you get caught up in the action waiting to see who -- or what -- is on the spaceship.

Lorine and Romero take a backseat here and don't appear in the video, but we look forward to seeing and hearing more from the pair. For more of their work, be sure to pick up When Morning Comes on AmazoniTunes or Google Play.

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