The Norwegian artist Andreas Pareli (Helge Andreas Pareli Notland) who sings as well as plays the piano and guitar has released his brand new song entitled “I Long for You”, which again sticks within the Kizomba romantic slow rhythm style. The song which has a dreamy feel is about longing for your loved one. “The lyrics are as important to me as the song, and the music should be a mirror of the words as a whole,” says Pareli. Contrasting nature is used as symbolic and metaphors: “Dance like a river”, “Feel I’m dancing with a fire, and I can’t get you out of my mind”. Pareli also uses the elements such as fire, water (river), and other nature functions, to describe the elements of love and a relationship.
These elements can also be found in the video clip which further enhances the atmosphere and emotion of the song. “To me visuals are also important,” says Pareli.“So I like to make music videos to reflect what’s in the music.”
The music video which was filmed and produced by Kreative Produksjoner, uses advanced techniques such as double exposure in motion, drone filming and green screen. The song itself was produced in Tomtomstudio in Bergen, Norway and mastered by Sage Audio in the U.S.A..
Besides all the technicalities, Andreas Pareli is pure sultry bliss. His orchestrations really enhance his voice and he just seems to roll effortlessly over each note. As on all of his songs, The romance and passion that Pareli brings with his music is unparalleled.
You feel your hips sway and your head tip back as his enchanting voice takes you away. He brings mood, magic and takes you to a time and place you once held in memory.
“Let’s Go For A Ride” is composed by the singer and artist Andreas Pareli. This song was made locally in conjunction with the school’s and culture School of Fjell Municipality as a tribute to the UCI Road World Championships to be held in Bergen, Norway in September 2017.
On a basic level the theme is naturally about cycling, but on a deeper level it’s about life journeys and equal rights for people from different cultures and nations! Around 350 children and youths participate in the music video for the song!
LET’S GO FOR A RIDE:
I LONG FOR YOU: