Looking back, it’s clear 2021 has been the year of greats for KARMACODA. The trio kicked things off in March with the release of their captivating single, ‘Make Me The One’ whose video won numerous awards including two 2021 Hermes Creative Awards, one Unglued Music Video award and three Davey Awards for Video Entertainment, Best Use of Music and Art Direction. There were several other releases for the band as they built towards the reveal of their stunning LP, Slow Down, Melt and Catch Fire which was released a few short months later in July.
The US-based trio have returned once more to round out the end of the year with one last release: a carefully handcrafted music video for their melancholic single, ‘Lo-Fi Girl’. The video was animated by Shubhranshu and Shephali at the Entangled Studio in India and calls to mind bygone eras and timeless love stories. KARMACODA’s latest video has already received support from Clout Magazine and Raw Entertainment with rustles in the air as more publications become lost in the video.
Brett of KARMACODA share his thoughts on the video for ‘Lo-Fi Girl’: “We reached out to Shubhranshu and Shephali at Entangled Studio because their artistic vision for the music video fit perfectly with the somber, even sad, emotions conveyed in the song. We’re thrilled by the results.”