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LOVECOLOR Explores Vulnerablity in Debut Music Video for “Dangerous”

Music collaboration LOVECOLOR is debuting their first single with their music video for “Dangerous.” 

Launching in November 2022, LOVECOLOR is made up of singer-songwriter and producer Vanessa Silberman and musician/actor Ryan Carnes. The pair are exploring themes of love and relationships against the backdrop of “sultry alt pop, dark synth, dance and rock sounds.”

Mixed by Andrew Dawson (Jay Z, Phantogrram, Sleigh Bells, Linkin Park), “Dangerous” is a powerful electro-pop, rock-inspired song that emphasizes the dark nature of attraction and the scary part of being vulnerable. Set at an underground rave-like concert, the video illustrates the cat-and-mouse chase that attraction and crushes lead a person into. 

“Dangerous is about a few things — one being attraction and being so completely drawn to someone that it’s almost dangerous, in a way,” said Silberman. “On the other hand, its message is really about exposing your entire self and being completely fearless and vulnerable, by embracing every aspect of who you are.  It’s about being free and open with your sensuality — not suppressing any aspect of yourself, your desire or your sexuality. Growing up I think parts of me felt unable to be open and almost sexually suppressed, so I want to empower people (especially women), to fully embrace their whole true selves.  I think that’s the most powerful and dangerous thing you can do.” 

“To me, to be “Dangerous”, speaks to the idea of being fully awake, aware, alive and sharp in a world where parts of society and culture wish us to remain dull and asleep,” Carnes adds. 

Fans of Sinead O’Connor, The 1975, Lana Del Ray, and St. Vincent should check out LOVECOLOR’s music video for “Dangerous.” Find more amazing music like this on our Alchemical Multigenre Mixdown playlist on YouTube and Spotify.

Margaret Adams, Contributing Writer at Alchemical Records

Margaret Adams

Margaret Adams is a Psychology major and Rhetoric and Writing minor at The Catholic University of America from New Orleans, Louisiana. In addition to her work with Alchemical, she writes for CUA’s student newspaper, The Tower, and has recently been named Quill Editor. She enjoys reading, writing, and looking at pictures of her dog, Bella.

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