Paula Azzam launches video in animation format for “Fluxo de Cores”

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Bruno Martini

Bruno Martini

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Bruno Martini

Bruno Martini

This Thursday (01), the singer and songwriter from São Paulo Paula Azzam, released the video clip of the single “Fluxo de Cores”. The track is available on all digital platforms.

The story told with a soft melody through the singer’s voice, comes in harmony with the interpretation portrayed in the animation in strong and fluid colors made by the multidisciplinary artist Luv. The video is available through Youtube at the end of this article, and if you want, listen to the streaming service of your choice by clicking here.

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According to the artist, the material: “It is an animation that tells the story of a character immersing himself in his thoughts and discovering a world of colors, possibilities and desires. The narrative begins with an introspection that flourishes in a growing constant”.

Due to the pandemic, Paula took a break from her career last year, but is now resuming her solo author project, named “Beginning”, scheduled to be launched later this year.

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