The new music video from indie-pop and folk singer-songwriter Michael Lukes captures the light during a period where our world has gone dark. Directed by Angelice B. Ganti, the video was created with 18 interpreters from multiple countries and shot in 2 cities. These visuals provide a beautiful representation of unity between people of all cultures and the rawness of human emotions.
Speaking of the video, Lukes says: “Already at the beginning of the video this theme can be felt, with the words ‘We are the Universe, we are all equal, we are one, we are all stars’. Then I also thought about the period we went through in these difficult and surreal months linked to the pandemic. What did we understand? Besides making us reflect on the important aspects of life, this event cancelled out, if ever there were any, the differences between people. We all found ourselves on the same level and the video wants to go in this direction: we are the same, we have always been, we will continue to be.”
‘Stars’ is taken from Michael Lukes’ dynamic debut EP ‘I AM’, released in May 2019. The record was inspired by his multicultural background, having grown up between Rome and London. It gained airplay from BBC6 and BBC Introducing, indicating the start of a promising career for this luminary artist.