Juliette Commagere, keytarist and vocalist of Hello Stranger, has also ventured out as a solo singer-composer for the past few years. The Los Angeles based musician has toured with the likes of Kings of Leon and Pete Yorn, and played with many other indie wonderstars like Bat for Lashes at the Download Festival.
Her first album, Queens Die Proudly (2008), charmed audiences with her dreamy voice and beautiful lyrics of isolation. With her second album, The Procession, Commagere came back with a gorgeous collection of stories mixed in tribal booms and gasping urgency.
From The Procession comes Commagere’s video of “Impact,” a ‘70s inspired swirl of color and sweet energy. “Impact” will give any first-time listeners and viewers a taste of Commagere’s style. The video may feel outer-wordly, from another time, which results from Commagere’s inspiration, which tends to come alive with electro-pop beats and cartoonish flair. Feel free to check out the video and download the remix here.