FlowerLeaf: New lyric video of ‘Tupana’ points out dangers of deforestation
After the video for “Girls in Pearls”, another track from “Stronger”, FlowerLeaf’s debut album, gets its own video. This is the lyric video for “Tupana”, music that talks about the experience of being in the middle of the Amazon forest, where the Tupana River is so dark that reflects everything around it, as if it were a mirror. “The picturesque landscape and the environment makes us think about our place and our role in the world. It also brings us the thought of our environmental responsibility, in preserving the nature and the environment,” says the vocalist Vivs Takahashi. “More than the lyrics, we added some information about the Amazon forest and where the deforestation is leading us. In partnership with the NGO SOS Amazônia, we want to bring this awareness to our public,” she adds.
The song was produced by Raphael Gazal (Pastore, Bulletback) and the video by Gabby Vessoni. In addition to Gazal on guitars, “Stronger”, which has the cover art created by Carlos Fides (Almah, Evergrey, Semblant, Noturnall, Trezzy, Silver Mammoth), features special guest appearances by Mylena Monaco (Sinaya) and Marina La Torraca(Exit Eden, Phantom Elite). The “Firesoul” and “Girl in Pearls” singles, which came out in two official Spotify playlists – Heavy Queens and New Blood – showed the strength of the symphonic metal proposed by Vivs Takahashi and Marcelo Kaczorowsky (bass).