Loi Loi debut new video for “Sliver Light”

Loi Loi have released a new video for heir latest single "Sliver Light," the track can be found on the duo's forthcoming release, Me: Dystopia
"Sliver Light" by Loi Loi

DC electro-pop duo Loi Loi have released a new video for heir latest single “Slilver Light,” the track can be found on the duo’s forthcoming release, Me: Dystopia, available February 16th via Blight Records. The new visual was directed by Jen Meller, and features performances from Alexys Forrest (of Danger Sluts), Krystal Ashley (of “Scenes from Backstage”), Jax Caruso (of Galaxy Electric), and Freddie Heinemann of Fisk.

Loi Loi is an electronic synth-pop duo of Kristie (vocals, keyboards, drum synths) and Ron (trumpet, bass synthesizer). Loi Loi started four years ago in China, where Kristie was living and working at the time. Since her time as a Peace Corps volunteer in China, Kristie had always dreamed about becoming a Mandarin pop singer; this turned out to be an easy goal to achieve while she was stationed in Guangzhou, China. She also successfully composed original lyrics in Mandarin, pairing pop compositions with occasional radical experimental sounds vis-à-vis vis her microkorg. Loi Loi continued to develop in Spain, where Kristie tried her hand mixing original Spanish lyrics with an eclectic background of rock and roll, R&B, electronic, and soul influences. The band went fully electronic when Kristie acquired a Korg Electribe drum synthesizer. Today, Loi Loi embraces a somewhat economical setup but maximizes on a suite of atmospheric effects, original samples, and a multi-tiered song structure.