Montreal Folk Artist Anthony Aramouni Released New Video “Bright Eyed Woman”

After the release of Once in a While, Montreal folk artist, Anthony Aramouni released a video for “Bright Eyed Woman.” The video was directed by Film & Blues Production.

Thought of as an old soul, but free spirit, Anthony Aramouni embodies in his work a charming blend of soul-infused folk rock with a heartfelt passion for storytelling.

Early on, he discovered a distinct love for music, and played the violin as a young boy. Years later, while studying sociology at Concordia, he began writing his own material and soon embraced a newfound dedication to finding his place within the music. After a lot of hard work and endless exploration, he found his own particular voice as a songwriter and is now releasing his Debut Ep, “Once in a while”.

The process of recording this EP led to numerous collaborations with talented up-and-coming indie musicians: artists like guitarist Kento Kataoka, drummer Ben Mayo-Goldberg, and bassist Jesse Mancini. The work of Laurent Massaad, Mike Gavrailoff, and John-Paul Jalwan can also be heard in the title song “Once in a While”.

Capturing his sound in both Waveroot Studios and Seratone Studio, Anthony’s work can be compared to the music of renowned artists like Ryan Adams, Ray Lamontagne, and Mark Knopfler, to name a few.

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