Epic new anthem ‘Diamonds’ by Australian artist Timmy Trumpet ignites a powerful connection with people in isolation around the globe. The festival favorite DJ, producer and instrumentalist delivers a work art uniquely inspired by a brand-new world.
“It’s crazy how being apart is exactly what we need to do to come together” said Timmy just two weeks ago on social media when announcing Diamonds and the idea for the music video. Timmy debuted ‘Diamonds’ in his first ever livestream which went viral surpassing 6 million views in less than a week.
“People need hope, love and positivity in their lives right now and that’s what this record is all about. Seeing how people reacted to my livestream and the idea collaborating on a music video together has really moved me.” – Timmy Trumpet.
Emotive big room melodies bursting out with uptempo beats lays the foundation for this instant future classic. Raw kicks, warm piano chords and emotionally charged vocals, perfectly underline nowadays’ feelings.
The ficial music video takes us on a jaw-dropping journey unprecedented empty streets in iconic destinations, and into the homes and lives music fans connected through music all over the world. The footage was purposely shot by over 500 contributors in 40 countries Zoom meetings, Facetime, social media messages and thousands emails.
Directed by Shaun David Barker, the video is an inspirational undertaking multi-cultural digital unity consisting a team producers, editors, filmmakers, videographers, photographers, graphic artists and administration pressionals.
But most impressive was not how experienced pressionals expanded their comfort zones to work within social distancing guidelines and lockdown restrictions. Hundreds Timmy Trumpet fans collaborated to capture and share authentic moments from their lives.
“The fans are my family and have always been the reason I do what I do, but now more than ever they have shown me just how much they are my everything. If Diamonds spreads a fraction the endless love they have shown me over the years, we’ve done our job.” – Timmy TrumpetFollow us on socials