Music video for Lucia Fasano’s single “When My Eyes Are Closed” off of her debut LP Radio Silence.
by Daniel Barron
Lucia Fasano is a Portland-based creative from Los Angeles who does kind of does it all: As a comedian and actress she appeared on the sixth season of Portlandia as “Lasik Girl” and writes/co-stars in the comedy webseries Catty B’s. She also co-founded The Grrrl Front all-women music and comedy festival, which ran for two years, and is a columnist/cartoonist for the humor site The Higgs Weldon. Her comedy has been compared to Maria Bamford and Rachel Bloom and her work has been featured on @midnight, in The Huffington Post, Paste Magazine, The Mary Sue, Geek and Sundry, and more.
After the devastating loss of her father, Fasano decided to record her music. Her debut album, Radio Silence, produced by Larry Crane (She & Him, The Decemberists, Death Cab for Cutie, Elliott Smith) and funded on Kickstarter within twelve hours. It came out on September 20th, 2016 as the first release from Doubleclicks Records. In contrast to her comedic background, Fasano’s music exhibits a haunting tenderness that may remind you of Regina Spektor or Amanda Palmer. Below is the music video for the track “When My Eyes Are Closed,” of which she writes:
“The song was produced by the legendary Larry Crane at Jackpot Recording, and music video was directed by Angela Webber of The Doubleclicks. The video was a stretch goal of last summer’s Kickstarter for my debut album Radio Silence! The song touches on foreboding, paranoid dreams and letting go of fear!”
Featured image by Deira Nebauer.
Learn more about Lucia Fasano on her website.
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