Nashville singer-songwriter and rock recording artist Dinzy hits us with a shot of adrenaline in her latest emotional and gripping single, "I Wish," alongside its new music video.
Dinzy wears her heart on her sleeve, and her sleeve is on fire. She's always consistent in her attention-commanding performance stylings that have traveled from the Whiskey A Go Go to Nashville's Basement. She's an electrifying act with a unique approach to songwriting and raw vocals that will most definitely stand the test of time.
In her latest release, "I Wish," Dinzy opens up about the age-old question, is it better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all? Her powerful and punchy vocals bring all the urgency we could ask for, and the exciting rock instrumentals maintain that energy while emphasizing the hardships of lost love.
Expanding on the "I Wish" music video, Dinzy sends us into the celestials with purple and pink cosmic bursts. The music video also acts as an immersive lyric video, displaying the song's lyrics while Dinzy's silhouette appears to serenade us. While she touches on remembering the moments she felt loved by someone special, Dinzy sends us into the exhilarating hook.
Reaching the song's thrilling climax, Dinzy bursts with energy and wishes that she could be this person's saving grace. The video later transitions to Dinzy's multi-colored face belting her vocals, staring us dead in the eyes. Her emotive and passionate performance is drenched in prisms and rainbow holographic, closing the video on a note of lingering passion for someone who's long gone.
Feast your eyes and ears on the dizzying world of Dinzy's new music video for her emotional single, "I Wish," now available on YouTube. Find the single on all digital streaming platforms.
Welcome to BuzzMusic, Dinzy. We adore the gripping emotion and passion you brought to your new single and music video, "I Wish." What inspired this deeply personal and honest piece?
Thank you! The ending of any relationship is tough. What is even more tragic is the ending of a relationship when you’re both still in love. Sometimes the right choice is not the easy choice, especially involving addiction. This song was a heartbreaking love note that couldn’t actually be delivered, maybe until now.
Why did you decide to go for this psychedelic and spacey vibe for the "I Wish" music video? What's the significance of this celestial and cosmic approach?
I didn’t so much decide on the spacey vibe of the song as it just naturally became that as the guitar plays in its trancing and delayed beautiful echo in the intro and verses. This other worldly warm chord progression immediately transported me into space from the very first time I strummed each chord in succession. In relation to the celestial and cosmic theme, I was feeling more alone than I ever had been, disconnected from the world in its entirety. I was on top of the world for a second. And then suddenly, I was floating hopelessly out of control through what felt like an empty void that never ended, lost in space.
Who helped create the starry music video for "I Wish?" How long was the music video in the making?
I always had the idea of using stars, space, and vivid colors for the video. Anana Kaye of Duendevison Productions designed the video clips and transitions based on what she felt from the song, and I think she nailed it. The video was actually a really quick process as we were both on the same page as usual.
What was the most rewarding part about creating such a cathartic and emotional song as "I Wish?" What did you take away from that process?
The most rewarding thing was being able to actually put my heartache into words after being emotionally and creatively stunted for so long and also being able to finally finish the song that has been frustratingly in the works for over ten years. I had only been waiting for the lyrics. I had only been waiting for this experience. An experience that may have been life-saving. I’ve taken away that life does get better no matter how dark it seems, you will smile again, and it is truly better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all. And I’d do it all again if I could, and I promise to remember the good.
What's next for you?
I am currently finishing recording and writing my second album, due later this year.