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News |  30 Nov 2023 16:41 |  By RnMTeam

Allen Ling's captivating musical trilogy culminates in a poignant exploration of love, loss, and the power of nostalgia with his finale video of Remember, which is climbing steadily on key Global Radio charts

MUMBAI :  In the journey of self-discovery, singer-songwriter Allen Ling's story stands out as a beacon of inspiration. This American-Chinese artist, after years of navigating through life's unpredictable twists, is making a triumphant entry into the music world. His partner in rhyme is popular American guitarist and producer Dave Lopez, who has collaborated on his trilogy of video singles.  

From a young age, Allen's life was a melody in the making. At 14, he began to intertwine his love for comic books with music in his California home, sketching not just characters but also songs and stories on his guitar. By 20, his prolific talent had led him to write over 200 songs. However, life, in its complexity, led Allen down a different path as he pursued a career in healthcare. Ironically, it was during a healthcare crisis that Allen's passion for music reignited.

Now, with a decade of honed skills and deepened perspective, he is ready to share his vision with the world. Allen's influences, from Duran Duran to The Cure, infuse his music with a nostalgic yet contemporary vibe. His collaborative trilogy with Lopez is a landmark since it blends Allen's unique sound with Dave's guitar.

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The trilogy is less a collection of songs and more a cinematic journey. Straight Into The Ocean plunges into the depths of heartbreak, with visuals that are as stirring as the thought of lost love. The award-winning video starring Aramis Knight (Red Dagger from Ms. Marvel) has won multiple awards at international film festivals. A Name In Your Book is a prequel that delves deeper into the entanglements of love. Remember, which arrives as the fitting finale, is a lyrical reminiscence set to a backdrop of landscapes that are as evocative as the song itself. “We shot the music videos on location  in my vineyards in Ukiah California, in the beaches of Kauai, Hawaii and on the coast of Mendocino, California. I wanted some cinematic look versus some of the newer videos with just people in a car garage dancing,” says singer-songwriter Allen Ling.