Aer - Songbird

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
David von Mering
Album:
The Bright Side

Whether you’re a top chef in the making, a budding soccer star, or a hopeful musician, according to Boston duo Aer, despite any differences “everyone is one kind.” With help from producer David von Mering‘s invitingly mellow production, the multi-talented duo tell a tale of unity on their spirited record Songbird. Accompanying the song is its music video, which was shot and edited by mattMiGGZ and Kellan Davidson. The pair does a commendable job of echoing the sentiment of the song as they depict three different individuals from varying walks of life who may differ in some ways, but all share a strong love for the passion in their lives. If the native New Englander’s have sucked you in with their charming release then check out their The Bright Side album, which was independently released back in July.

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