Premiere: Watch a Video from Grace Kelly’s ‘GO Time: Brooklyn’

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Leo P joins Grace Kelly in the new video for “Fish & Chips,” a cut of Kelly’s GO Time: Brooklyn.

(Photo: Eran Shaysh)

GO Time: Brooklyn, saxophonist Grace Kelly’s new video album out May 31, fully embraces the way musicians are making music supremely immediate to their fans. And on “Fish & Chips,” which features baritone saxophone player Leo P, Kelly pulls in some New Orleans vibes to match the music’s verve—and danceability.

“This new album was created so I could connect with fans all around the globe and have them feel the magic of new music by experiencing it more viscerally through their screens,” Kelly said. “I want them to feel as if they’re in the studio with me, making it.”

In addition to “Fish & Chips,” which was filmed at Brooklyn’s Systems Two Studio, Kelly has released dozens of other videos that find the bandleader on a gondola or in Times Square, among other locales.

For additional information about her work, visit Kelly’s homepage. DB



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