Award-winning New Zealand songwriter/singer/producer Aroly Tariq presents her self-directed and animated filmclip for her latest single “Perspective”. The Melbourne-based artist is one half of the duo Audego, and has collaborated with acts such as Funkstörung, Coy Haste (Caribou), Pasobionic ,and Joelistics, garnering her support from the likes of Pigeons and Planes, The Fader, BBC Radio 1 and Triple J. A mellow alt-pop/electronic track that utilizes RnB melodies with gentle trap-inspired beats, “Perspective” is the Melbourne-based artist’s third single as a solo artist and producer, which weaves her music with traditional and AI art and abstract animation, the early genesis of which can be seen on her 2016 video for “Side Effects” (watch on Youtube). Aroly has performed at festivals such as CMW, St Kilda Fest, Melbourne Music Week and Peats Ridge. Tariq says the meaning behind her new track is “based on the point-of-view shift of, ‘don’t be sad it’s gone, be grateful it happened,’ and I wanted the sonic movements to represent that. I produced and visually created everything, which is a beautiful way to execute a concept, because there’s no artistic compromise, as opposed to working collaboratively with others. I’m loving how much I learn about production with every song I make. For example, I never thought I would use a horn sample, but this song really would be empty without it, and it’s also a reminder that songs tend to write themselves and find their own way as they grow.” “Perspective” is out now on Equity Distribution.