NEWS: RAC puts out music video for “Cheap Sunglasses” ft Matthew Koma + debut album “Strangers”



Acclaimed remixer/artist RAC (aka André Allen Anjos) released the video for his new single Cheap Sunglasses FT. Matthew Koma on VEVO.  The video reteams RAC with director/producer Michael Dwyer who also shot and produced RAC’s video for his first single Let Go. Shot in Southern California, Cheap Sunglasses is the first RAC video to feature his full touring band and featured vocalist Matthew Koma who along with RAC co-wrote the song which hit the #1 top spot on Hype Machine earlier this summer.

“After working with Michael Dwyer on the Let Go music video, it was really great to get in front of the camera again for Cheap Sunglasses.  We had a blast and I got to have the whole band with me” – RAC.

RAC is the mastermind behind some of the most memorable remixes of recent years, giving the world new takes on tracks by Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Lana Del Rey, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeroes, and many more.  RAC’s remixes have reached #1 on the Hype Machine charts 31 times and his first solo recording, Hollywood, featuring Penguin Prison hit #1 on all four Hype Machine charts at once while his tracks have over 25 million plays on Soundcloud.

Originally born and raised in Portugal, RAC settled in Portland, Oregon, where he began to forge his unique brand of indie-pop culminating with the release of his debut albumStrangers” which isout now on Cherrytree Records.  André co-wrote and produced every song on “Strangers”, which features an impressive array of guests including, Alex Ebert (of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, and 2014 Golden Globe winner for Best Original Score) Tegan & Sara, Penguin Prison, Tokyo Police Club, Cherrytree recording artist Matthew Koma, Katie Herzig, along with Bloc Party’s Kele and electro-pop artist  MNDR.




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