Brooklyn singer-songwriter Aris debuts his new single "The Music" from his album "Pulse". The track delivers a message of empowerment and freedom, taking influence from 90's house. The soulful anthem evokes classic Madonna and George Michael while sounding decisively modern. The music video for the single premiered exclusively on the Huffington Post.

HuffPost Entertainment contributor Michael Cook writes "... a unique and sublimely in touch artist. Singer/songwriter Aris premieres the video for his new single “The Music” from the album “Pulse”, which as an album, has taken on a whole new meaningful and emotional tone. The track stays consistent with the hauntingly ethereal vibe that makes Aris’ music so unique, with Aris’ raw and yearning vocals pairing wonderfully with the throbbing beats throughout. The video keeps that rawness, showing gritty street shots countered with shots of Aris performing live"

The video is a love letter to New York, featuring the city as a backdrop to a night of celebration. As the sequence unfolds, the viewer is left with a feeling more of sitting next to the artist than watching an elaborate production from afar. Co-Directed by Aris and Elijah McCready, "The Music" is the second single from Aris' third full length album "Pulse". "Pulse" was successfully crowdfunded via Kickstarter, and includes a collaboration with Grammy winner Paula Cole on the album's thumping opening track "Love (Thank You)".

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