Artificial Intelligence music video - Lonesome Highway Superstar

New York-based Electronic Music Visionary Chris Ianuzzi takes his cutting edge artistry to the outer limits of space and technology on visionary new Artificial Intelligence music video for “Lonesome Highway Superstar”“Lonesome Highway Superstar” is a post-punk and synth pop-soaked highlight from Chris’s chaotic, expansive album “Maze”, which was released on April 8th.

For this release, he also embraced A.I. technology for new music video “March of Madness”.  And if that weren’t enough, the album was accompanied by the release of “March of Madness” in Dolby Atmos Spatial Audio.

The new “Lonesome HIghway Superstar” video, out November 4th, was created in collaboration with Ethem Serkan Sökmen (@serkansokmen), and İlke Köse (@piae_uo) using Disco Diffusion and Stable Diffusion AI image generation tools and techniques.

About the song, Chris shares “It’s a Journey on the course that life is making.  Starts in a dream state. “I walk in My Sleep, I walk to the promised land, ll the people I meet cant help me to understand why”
There’s a loneliness and longing. It’s shows a positive step forward when the chorus comes.  In the middle section, it becomes clear that there is a longing for a person “Our Memories are less forgiven”:) We’ve got a long way to go.

This song was based on a piece that I had called “Dreamer” You can hear me saying “ Dreamer” throughout this song. I went into change mode, kept certain things and made new things to make the song what it is now. There is also lyrical references to a song  called “Glides On” on Avalanche, the first album of my I, Synthesist project.

My initial idea for an Artificial Intelligence music video was a “Road Warrior” type with a beat up car on a desert highway. After I thought about this and saw what Serkan and Ilke did with AI in making the video for March of Madness, I thought it was time to search for something different. I thought, let’s put the character in space and make the journey Cosmic. I shared my thoughts with them and off they went.”