Riding on the fast-growing hype around the release of “Take Me To The Moon”, Kadebostany strikes the crowning blow with the video clip of the same song. Watch it: bit.ly/KadebostanyMoonOfficialVideo
The video introduces once again to a challenging new world that Guillaume de Kadebostany has been creating. The video clip showcases the death of Guillaume de Kadebostany, and takes us in a journey where singer Valeria Stoica travels with Guillaume de Kadebostany’s body in a surreal and singular world.
The video was shot in 6 days in Switzerland, and highlights extraordinary and singular locations.
With over 1 billion streams on streaming platforms, over 500 shows performed the latest years in more than 25 countries, and several singles which hit the top 10 in more than 30 countries,… Kadebostany now releases its highly anticipated new single, “Take Me To The Moon”!
With its immediate appeal and delicate charm, this stellar new single wears the stamp of Kadebostany’s acclaimed mastery of modern pop.
With several chart-topping singles under his belt already, genre-defying producer/composer Guillaume de Kadebostany crafts the defining music of the next era, and delivers with “Take Me To The Moon” another pop song with attitude.
“Take Me To The Moon” is a luminous and haunting song where elegant guitar melodies, bold beats and electronic landscapes bond together seamlessly to form timeless melodies magnified by the sublime voice of Valeria Stoica.
Brainchild of DJ/producer Guillaume de Kadebostany aka President Kadebostan, Kasebostany achieved a breakthrough with numerous chart-topping single including “Castle in the Snow”, “Mind If I Stay”, and their cover of Beyoncé’s “Crazy In Love” (featured in 50 Shades of Grey).
Under the flag of the conceptual Republic of Kadebostany, Kadebostany rapidly captured attention far and wide with its singular brand of pop music, unique visual identity, and colossal live performances. Kadebostany draws a modern vision of pop music, best described by its leaders as “sophisticated music with mass appeal”.