The Lost Star shares her extraordinary new video revealing the multiple facettes of her personality and message. Lyrics by THE LOST STAR. Music Composed by AMADEO. Mix by STEVE PRESTAGE. Image by SEB PERRON. Directed AMADEO – AMAHOUSEPR PRODUCTION
NEPTUNIA: NEW STUNNING VERSION of « Neptunia » by FRANCK GLENISSON, French photographer and film director. Neptunia speaks to the Everywoman in all of us — enticing her man ever deeper where both risk and treasure reside. Plunge into this new visual world.
The pièce de résistance at the 2016 video revue on the Champs Élysées: The Lost Star’s original DIAMOND LIL’ in collaboration with award-winning Parisian cinematographer Franck Glenisson
Music Video or Art Film? The Lost Star as Diamond Lil’ A sneak preview off the Champs-Élysées has been the only showing of the completeDiamond Lil’ prior to the embedded video published below. An exquisite marriage of costume, corset, feathers and light brought the legend to life with The Lost Star playing the transformed woman […]
The Lost Star has written a song NEPTUNIA !!! A key title to discover on the album RED IS NOT A SAFE COLOR. Plunge into the stunning visual world of FRANCK GLENISSON, French photographer and film director.
Blogger and radio host Pete Carma, who presents the best in Indie Music from New York and around the globe, was captured by The Lost Star’s music and passion for all art forms. A true invitation to discover the treasures of the CD on his blog http://streetcredmusic.blogspot.fr
After a successful PRIVATE VIEWING LAUNCH in Paris, The Lost Star launched the OFFICIAL INTEGRAL VERSION RELEASE of GODDESS OF THE GOSPELS on JANUARY 15TH (…)
Lyrical singer, poet, artist… The Lost Star is at the center of several musical styles. The intriguing album title RED IS NOT A SAFE COLOR itself suggests the mysteries of a secret world (…)
The Lost Star has collaborated with top photographer Franck Glenisson. Film, photography, and story-telling through images, Glenisson captures and transports The Lost Star into the diverse worlds (…)
The Lost Star is presently in Venice. Lavishness, fantasy, art and romance… Surrounded by Byzantine, Gothic and Renaissance wonders, the Lost Star bathes in the reflections of the lagoon amidst palaces, churches, and dwellings. The labyrinth of canals and bridges lead her to new créative places. Stay tuned for the next Venitian notes of inspiration. […]