Sep 1, 2020 - Dianna St. Hilaire, popularly called Opāru has proudly announced the release of her latest single titled ‘Free’. The ‘Love Me’-crooner drops combines the 80’s retrowave and modern synth-pop style in the creation of her latest single.
Opāru’s music has been described as electro with a dark ethereal undertone, and in releasing ‘Free’, the artist cements this status. Combined with dreamy operatic vocals, ‘Free’ which was produced by Nick Dillinger creates a unique depiction of modern synth-pop culture, and promises to be a main feature of speakers across the country in no time.
Having released hit tracks ‘The Deep End’, ‘’Ghost to Follow’ and ‘Love Me’ in the past, Opāru has grown from strength to strength, partnering with the infamous Kim Fowley (The Runaways, Kiss, Joan Jett, and Alice Cooper). The artist has toured the US extensively, been featured on the official Grammy ballots, as well as charting on Billboard. Her music was also on rotation with popular stations across the U.S. including KROQ and NPR tastemaker KCRW.
The artist draws her influences from big names like Madonna, The Cure, Lykke Li, Lana Del Rey, Halsey and SOHN.
To listen to Free, use the links below:
You can also enjoy the lyric video for free by using the links below:
Originally called Dianna St. Hilaire, Opāru is a Los Angeles based songwriter, singer and actress. Born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Opāru started to write and perform music at a very young age in musicals and choir. She schooled herself to start playing her first instrument, the piano, and worked tirelessly to master the art of reading and writing music.
St. Hilaire reinvented herself in late 2015 with the new project Opāru, deriving from the Japanese name of the birthstone opal. Opāru’s roots stem from experimental electronic, 80s synth pop, and alternative rock.
For more information about the artist, go online to: https://oparumusic.com/