SHOW ME YOUR UNIVERSE - "Sparks" 2022 With New Single Video

Hailing from Tours, France, Show Me Your Universe are making their name with a passionate and heavy mix between a deep hatred and a melancholia that balances the punchy parts with the sensibility of its members. Formed in 2015, The band has been able to reach a wide audience through the releases of a first EP in 2016, and an album in 2019, especially with their cover of the song “Heathens” by Twenty One Pilots, listened more than a million times through the world.

Composed of singer Jeremy Dubray alongside guitarists Alexis Collas and Alix Cayla, and the drummer Valerian Raffault, the band is releasing some singles of their new EP “Coma” in 2020. The next chapter of the trip is one of these singles and is named “Sparks”. Take a listen and watch the music video below!

Sparks is about wasting time in toxic relationships. It's about entertaining a negative state of mind with ourselves, and with people. We all try to keep the things we know as they are in our memories but sometimes, rejecting them is the best thing to do for yourself, and for others.

We tried to work differently on this song. We wanted people to be able to read between the lines and understand the message behind. We tried to make it as simple as possible with only a piano and a voice. The melody, as well as the lyrics speak for themselves. We created the piano melody first with Alexis's father Phillipe who is a great pianist, and then we wrote the lyrics. We added a catchy part to end the song for people to sing with us and keep the melody in mind.

We made the video in a venue where, usually, only classical instrumental concerts are played. We invited a pianist for the music video and made it simple.

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