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ALBA steps away from rock roots with the release of their music video for ‘Lucky’

After years of rock experience as the front woman of Sons Of Rock in her native Spainwinning dozens of awards for her live and studio work, performing in over a hundred venues including festivals such as Rock In Rio, The Great Escape and Ronnie Scott’s, ALBA has returned with the music video for soulful single ‘Lucky, her most mature and sophisticated work to date.

Watch ‘Lucky’ here:

https://youtu.be/j9F4u2to2As

The music video was filmed in ALBA’s home city of Madrid, featuring 3 dancer couples with 3 different styles of dance, intensifying the meaning being the lyrics.

The London-based singer, guitarist and songwriter steps away from her rock roots – that gained her sponsorships with Harley Davidson and Red Bull, the experience to work with Grammy-winning producer Nigel Walker and the opportunity to share the stage with artists such as Amy Winehouse and The Waterboys – to di`ve into this newer sounds.

ALBA’s musical journey as a solo artist started in 2014 with the release of single ‘Alone in the Dark’, featuring renowned flamenco guitarist José Antonio Rodríguez, which she presented on the road during her ‘Alone in the UK’ Tour for audiences in Brighton, Bristol, Liverpool and London. She also had the chance to showcase her work in Paris and New York.

ALBA’s new single ‘Lucky’, recorded at Ralph Salmins’ (The Waterboys, Van Morrison) studios in London and mastered by Frank Arkwright (The Killers, Coldplay) at legendary Abbey Road Studios, takes this new sound to the next level. With some killer brass lines by Greg Sinclair and Toby Street, ‘Lucky’ is shaped around the essence of rock with a touch of neo-soul and funked-up pop, and makes ALBA someone worth keeping on your radar.

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About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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