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WATCH: Alt-pop artist Love You Later shares music video for latest single, “Keepintouch”

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A solo alt-pop project of Nashville-based artist Lexi Aviles, the music of Love You Later pairs electric melodies and honest lyrics with shimmery guitar riffs and euphoric synths; making you feel like you’re in a dream. Over the past few years, the 23-year-old artist has opened for OneRepublic, Dayglow, and Briston Maroney, attended SXSW as an official artist and, last year, sold out Nashville’s EXIT/IN.

After making waves with the track on TikTok this past month, Love You Later released “Keepintouch” on all streaming platforms on March 18th. Today, Love You Later is back with the official music video for the single. For the “Keepintouch” music video, Love You Later worked with director Chase Denton to create a colorful and captivating visual counterpart.

When asked about the video, Love You Later had this to say:

When writing ‘Keepintouch’ I was developing a vision of colors, moods, and themes I want to communicate in the visuals for this release. My hope was to encapsulate the feeling of longing to not feel so distant from myself or from everyone around me by using visual representations of isolation, space, meditation, and symbolic auras. I knew Chase and his team would be the perfect people to bring my vision to life.”

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Matthew Patania

Hi, I’m Matthew, and I am the Founder of Pulse Music Magazine. Having attended my first live show in the Spring of 2015, I realized just how much joy music brings to my life. As my love for music continued to grow, I decided to create a publication that serves as an outlet to share stories told through life's grandest medium.

Written by Matthew Patania

Hi, I’m Matthew, and I am the Founder of Pulse Music Magazine. Having attended my first live show in the Spring of 2015, I realized just how much joy music brings to my life. As my love for music continued to grow, I decided to create a publication that serves as an outlet to share stories told through life's grandest medium.

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