A digital pianist and her boyfriend have created a new pop song from scratch with a pop song, in the hope of getting people to pay attention to the world around them.
The two-song video by Brooklyn, New York native Jessica O’Sullivan and her fiancé Matthew DePue, was created with the help of a $100,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
They hope that the video will help the digital music community, including their fellow musicians, find ways to communicate with each other online.
“It’s really important for artists to get noticed, because then people will know about you, and that means that they can get involved with your band, and then that’s going to spread your music to other musicians, and eventually you can start to see other people actually paying attention to you and getting into your music,” O’Connell told Fox News.
The video is inspired by the song “Piano,” a New York song about digital art, and uses a mix of digital and analog instruments, as well as music videos and live performances to explore the connection between music and art.
“We wanted to do something that was really relatable, and was kind of a visual record of a world that you live in,” O ‘Sullivan said.
“It’s a visual, visual record that’s kind of about you in this digital world, and we want to do it in a way that feels really real, and feels real to you, too.”
A visual record is just one of the ways in which the pair hopes to communicate the idea of digital art to the public.
O’Sullivan is also a photographer, and DePues a music video director, so they want to use the video to help promote a range of artists.
“I think we want people to feel that digital art can be something that you can use to express yourself,” DePuer said.
“We want people, artists, to use that to their advantage.”
O’Sullivan hopes to have the video released online, with her fianc e working on a new album, but she has also set up a GoFundMe page to help raise money for the video.
She has a goal of $1,000, which is expected to be reached in the next 24 hours.