The electro pop artist Kate Faust’s roots started right here in Philadelphia. Just last year, she left the City of Brotherly Love to explore the City of Angels, A.K.A Los Angeles. Her last EP capsized was released in 2017, and now she is back with with a new EP titled Savior as well as a music video for “Trouble”.
The EP consists of five tracks that depict her as a boss and a badass, in a somewhat rocker type of mood than usual. Faust’s vocals are assertive and somewhat intimidating, and the first track “Brace Yourself” depicts that perfectly. “Play” uses more electronic beats and an intense soundscape of synths. “Breaking Free” has a steady beat and you can listen to Kaust takes advantage of that through the track. “Trouble” slows things down after the storm, but in a good way. Lastly, “Savior” is a hope-inducing upbeat piece that grately emphasizes Faust’s powerful vocals.
The music video for “Trouble” has a sexual appeal to it, catching eyes with Faust’s seductive body movements. The video has this dark aesthetic which matches the vibe of the song, musically and lyrically. The part where a yellow patterned lights is shining on Faust was very visually pleasing and created somewhat of a contrast to the simple black and white video.
Checking out Kate Faust’s new EP Savior and the music video for “Trouble,” below, and follow her on Facebook for more.
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