Anjalts’ ‘Somewhere in the Sky’ Music Video Launches during the Perseid Meteor Shower


New York – As small bits of interplanetary rock and debris of the Perseids Meteors streaks across our night sky, it enters our Earth’s atmosphere and vaporizes into sprinkling stardust.  This phenomenal meteor shower occurs in the northern hemisphere, and it continues until August 22.  So Star-gazers will have plenty of time to escape the city glow and find a dark, park-like spot to view this light show in the sky.  An inspiration to some artists like Singer/Songwriter Anjalts’ latest single, ‘Somewhere in the Sky’

The rising star shared her high regard for astronomy in making her new video with the same spacey atmospheric sims.  The song video is released on YouTube and sends a global message of letting go of anything that keeps you from enjoying the simple things like looking up into the sky sometimes to see events like the Perseid Meteor Showers.   The bright particles from the constellation Perseus, where the galactic plane of the Milky Way passes through the northeast around 11 p.m. in mid-August.

Anjalts’ star fans tuned in to watch the protostar’s video journey illustrating a large spaceship window to view this intergalactic story about to unfold. ‘Anjalts wanted to digitally draw in a spaceship travel type experience and immerse the viewer into that entire simulation’, explains Acen Sinclair, manager of IXOmusic, an indie label that partnered with Anjalts on her upcoming projects. Her concept of the entire space story is from a comic book story she drew and set to be published very soon with upcoming release dates,’ continues Acen.

In the meantime, sit back and enjoy the bright Perseid, one of the most popular meteor showers of the year, as it lights up ‘Somewhere in the Sky’.

Watch Anjalts latest video for “Somewhere in the Sky” HERE

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