Kari Faux releases a third set of visuals off her 2016 Lost En Los Angeles album.
In the song’s premiere interview with The Fader, Faux talks about the double-sided sentiment of being “no man’s fantasy” as both empowering and humbling. Confidence and independence contrasts with vulnerability and burden in the progressive cinematic.
“I feel like that narrative is important,” she said. “It’s just as important as being a confident woman. Being insecure is something we all, man, woman, boy, or child, feel at some point in time. So why not have that as a perspective?”
“Fantasy” holds a poetic rhythm that pairs with the jazz instrumentals giving an old soul to the ageless theme. The song’s smooth string outro is also brought to life for a subjective and abstract twist. Old and new fusions power though much of Lost En Los Angles which can be found on iTunes and Spotify below.
Faux has also recently continued to add to her digital LELA Project, including a new conversation with Kilo Kish, among others.
By Robert Kelly