Pop artist KC premieres the music video for “Zero Gravity” on CelebMix.
The song is from KC’s forthcoming debut EP, Hyperion, slated for release in the near future. Hyperion is a collection of songs revealing KC’s path to self-love and self-discovery.
According to KC, “Zero Gravity” depicts his expedition to “find harmony and color between my darkness and light,” describing “a weightlessness I have found in the process of turning my dreams into a reality.”
KC began playing piano and guitar when he was young. Later, in his middle teens, he started writing original compositions and training himself in the intricacies of music software. Because of his unusual approach, KC is able to utilize his gifts and creativity to motivate others to attain new heights.
The video for “Zero Gravity,” directed by KC Steinbeck and produced by Edward Digges, presents KC as a musical doppelganger of both Janus, of Greek mythology, and film director Ridley Scott, exposing his dark and light sides, as well as a third side that lies in the middle.
“Zero Gravity” opens on soft, elegant synths, twinkling and throbbing gently, and then flows into a gliding, shimmering pop melody riding crisp, light percussion and gleaming washes of delicate colors. Subdued background voices suffuse the tune with reflective hues and nuances of futuristic ambience. The sonic surfaces, swooshing and glittering on gossamer textures, manifest burnished intimate flairs of luminosity.
The feel and mood of the song is optimistic, illuminating, and almost mystically devout, as if resolve and dedication burn at a new fervent heat.
Visually, the video is surreal and deliciously kaleidoscopic, opening with KC dressed as a self-actualizing person, free from the heavy pull and constrictions imposed by gravity. He’s no longer defined by the norms and expectations of societal standards, having evolved beyond such restraints.
“Zero Gravity” not only gleams with smooth, sinuous colors, but provides a sense of emotional and physical freedom that’s liberating.