We take the debut look at the stunningly, epic visuals from Dorine Levy for the new single ‘Lenyrose’.
Born in Canada, brought up predominantly in Israel, and with the past year spent touring one end of the world to the other; it serves as no surprise that Dorine Levy’s new single ‘Lenyrose’ is an overflowing amalgamation of sonic bliss.
Taken from the self-produced debut album ‘Underwater’, the stunningly produced record opens to a use of reverse and delay effected guitars that wouldn’t sound out of place on The National’s records. The track is, at the crux, a stupendous crescendo of epic proportions.
“It was a really special project with months of preparations and a crew of over 50 people and over 100 extras who all liked the idea and volunteered. The video portrays a world with eyes closed played by a famous Israeli dancer Iyar Elezra, who discovers herself during a typical day at work, manages to open her eyes for a while, and be someone she wasn’t before”
It is this much sought after intelligent take on indie-pop that has resulted in Levy’s remarkable success that now finds itself stretched over multiple continents, and has been the cause of a series of highly anticipated industry showcases at the likes of SXSW, CMJ, Indie Week Canada, Canadian Music Week and Sound City. Dorine Levy has produced a record with a great deal of substance that isn’t about to fall into the landfill of guitar bands keen to berate anything but themselves for the failure of any sustained success.