KARMACODA’s ‘Make Me The One’ Has A Graceful Charm

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KARMACODA have a real sense of richness and depth to their music.

The project is spearheaded by the vocals of Jessica Ford, a singer who spent a decade in Nashville first learning, and then honing her craft.

Brett Crockett (aka B. on vocals and producer) and Japanese-American multi-instrumentalist Eric Matsuno (bass and other unique elements) complete this triad, with KARMACODA offering languorous, emotive alt-pop shapes.

While the production is gorgeous there's also a refinement to their songwriting, with those contoured edges applying a fresh intensity to the work.

New single 'Make Me The One' has a graceful charm, with KARMACODA exuding seduction on this enveloping alt-pop statement.

We're able to bring you the video, and it's the perfect counterpoint to the project's immersive soundscapes.

Speaking of the video, director Gianfranco Bichine tells us: "The look and feel of the video for 'Make Me The One' was inspired by the legendary film 8 ½ by Frederico Fellini. We thought the use of black and white cinematography and strong lighting which created dynamic shadows was a perfect complement to the song’s lyrics and Jessica’s emotional vocals…"

Tune in now.

Grab 'Make Me The One' HERE.

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