The Brazilian singer-songwriter got inspiration from New York Times’ best selling book for this new track.
“There’s must be better angels… Who loves…” these are the words that Luiz Faria sings on his new single, from his upcoming album “Battle Scars”. The new track is an indie-pop style, led by the strong synth and vocals, while the lyrics tell the story about something that was with him during his quarantine in Brazil.
“I’m a huge fan of Cassandra Clare’s books and when I finished Chain of Gold, that ending got stuck inside my mind, and I was in shock because, you know, everything happening with the characters in such a waterfall way, so I got this idea to tell the story about that book and its personas”, said Luiz after finishing the recording session is his house in Brazil.
The song was produced by Jordie Saenz, a California-based music producer, who made songs from Love You Later, JAE BLAK and Super Whatevr. And they made it across the sea, uniting the willing to create something different.
“This song was out of my comfort zone, because it’s the first time that I wrote something from another person’s perspective and I gave Jordie all the creative license that he needed to make it happen. In the end, we are very happy with the track”, said Luiz explaining that he wrote the song in one morning.
Stream “No One Who Loves”: