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Sign Libra’s new single comes with a PS1 era styled RPG music video

If Deepak Chopra made RPG music in the 90s.

Filed under posts that scratch oddly specific itches that I absolutely have, Sign Libra’s latest music video is an animation designed to emulate a PS1-era RPG. The Latvian musician’s ethereal voice and quirky synths also remind me of village and forest theme songs from the late 90s and early 2000’s RPGs too. That isn’t strictly what Sign Libra has set out to do, but as a gamer who loves video game music, that’s where my brain has travelled to. Sign Libra (Agata Melnikova) wanted to create musical collages of sounds that sound beautiful, mysterious and often feminine in nature. Whilst she turned to 90s dance music for energetic inspiration, she cites learning French and getting into languages as a way to rewire her creative process and try new things.

‘Daybreak’ is the name of the latest single, which sounds like a cross between a devotional Deepak Chopra new age song and a village RPG theme. It comes from the forthcoming album ‘Hidden Beauty’, releasing on 3rd November. A portion of the proceeds from this release will benefit Coral Guardian, a non-governmental organization working internationally and with local communities to protect coral ecosystems.

Enjoy the superb music video created by Yuri Grasevich and Philip Ananyev below. For more information on all things Sign Libra, visit her linktree.

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