Parisian producer and electronic artist Uppermost has released his brand new album Perseverance.
The extremely personal 14-track collection follows his 2017 career-spanning album Origins (2011-2016) and showcases his ability to speak to listeners through his sweeping and emotionally rich beats. It also finds the producer/artist joined by a handful of folk, hip-hop, and pop singers who complement the colorful energy that he has woven throughout the collection.
Along with the album, Uppermost released the music video for the title track "Perseverance" featuring acclaimed singer-songwriter Harry Pane. Filmed in New York and directed by Joseph B. Carlin, it is the perfect accompaniment to the dynamic, pulsating synth-driven beat of the song. "I wanted this video to be the symbol of an artist's struggle, the fears and the loneliness, all the things you must face as a passionate creative human being in our society," he said. "Joseph did an incredible work translating this feeling, the result is wonderful."
Perseverance is now available on digital music platforms.
- Perseverance (feat. Harry Pane)
- Moment of Truth
- Slide (feat. Yudimah)
- Make A Change
- Atoms (feat. Birsen)
- The Brightest Light
- Step By Step (feat. Sôra)
- Where Your Heart Goes (feat. SYML)
- Better Days Ahead
- Late Hours (feat. Antony Left)
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