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DIY sandcastle made from Swedish hard bread Wasa is smashed in new music video

Updated: Oct 24, 2023

Now the 21st song is released in the project where the Gothenburg-based music producer and artist Melisha releases a song and music video a month. This time, a DIY sandcastle made of the Swedish hard bread Wasa is representing broken dreams in relationships in the video which is about just that, building relationships out of sandcastles.

Navigating the dating world is difficult and many people feel confused. You may also have an underlying longing for permanence in relationships, but the new technology makes it harder not to swipe each other away. This is what the song wants to convey with simple pop melodies but with dancing vibes and a bit of humor. The song has a subtext in urging not to believe in too many promises at the beginning of a relationship which can be quite painful when it turns out to be empty promises. The wedding dress also represents dreams of a future in the relationship which together with the sandcastle being shattered visualizes shattered future dreams. The dress comes from erikshjälpen's online secondhand shop. Melisha creates her videos with different DIY ideas and this time the sandcastle is made from the Swedish bread Wasa knäckebröd (husman) and a homemade mixture called "trolldeg" (Swedish word for Troll dough). Then spray glue and a lot of sand. The artist Maia Joss has been involved in creating the structure of the sandcastle together with Melisha.

In the video, Dimitrios Olsson-Yaouzis stars as a partner and filming is done by Nadja Itäsaari and Leonardo Linnell. The song is written, produced, recorded, mixed and mastered by Melisha Linnell

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