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posted October 29, 2020 at 06:45 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbiz
Multimedia star Nadine Lustre takes viewers on a journey into her heart and mind with the exclusive premiere of her highly anticipated visual album this Saturday.

Nadine Lustre unveils a visual album with 12 fresh new tracks and six interconnected music videos
The 30-minute film contains the album’s 12 fresh new tracks and six interconnected music videos that illustrate Nadine’s quest for self-love, self-discovery, and reflection on her personal experiences.

With experimental tunes and meticulously chosen sounds – from recordings of beaches and mountains in the Philippines to indigenous instruments used as the backbone of different tracks – Wildest Dreams finds Nadine staying true to her roots while bringing a unique experience to her listeners that is true to the name of the album.

Its lead single “Wildest Dreams,” which blends contemporary R&B and dance pop, has already garnered 360,000 views on YouTube and over 256,000 streams on Spotify.

As Nadine revealed, the album will feature “Natural,” an intimate track about self-love and growth and “Save A Place,” her ode to his late brother. Other tracks include “Dance with Danger,” “Ivory,” “Seconds,” “Intoxicated,” “Complicated Love,” “You Can Stay,” “Glow,” “White Rabbit,” and “Grey Skies.”

The Wildest Dreams visual album is directed by Dominic Bekaert of Zoopraxi Studio.

Watch its exclusive live premiere tomorrow at 9:00 p.m. on the YouTube channels of ABS-CN Entertainment (youtube.com/ABSCBNentertainment) and Careless (youtube.com/CarelessMusicManila).

Topics: Nadine Lustre , Wildest Dreams , Dominic Bekaert , Zoopraxi Studio
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