LA Laura Paris has directed her music videos, including her previous single «I’m leaving right away» which won an award at the Fashion Film Festival in San Diego, California.
She has also been DJing and mixing for the legendary French radio station FG Radio since 2020, which has led her to work with French and international DJs and producers. She is also surrounded by American talents in the production of her songs and videos.
This new single is about the sensation of kissing someone, from discovering one another and the feeling inside our body. The explosion of energy and the chemistry revealed. The indescribable electricity of two people, and the enjoyment, sensation, tenderness and love filling our body while kissing.
«I love kissing, it makes me feel alive. It’s such a magical feeling to discover someone new for the first time. The first Kiss is so important, it can reveal everything about someone, if the person is shy, passionate, tender, wild.. I was inspired to compose Kissing Boys while partying in the Electro pop scene of Ibiza and Paris. I wanted to translate the sensation of kissing someone in this environment». – LA Laura Paris
For this song, LA Laura Paris teamed up with producers Jordan Kouby and Fred Vectol (mix and master), at studio Question de Son in Paris, France, who worked with Martin Solveig, Kanye West, Anthony Joseph, Hindi Zahra, Charles Aznavour, Zaz, The Do, Club Cheval, Louane and Julien Dore…
«I’ve learned a lot while mixing with Jordan, he gave me a lot of tips and advice about production».
The song comes along with a music video, produced and directed by herself, between Los Angeles, Burning Man and Paris, from 2021 to 2022.
«I started filming the music video in ‘Burning Man’ where I met Marco Bollinger, and then in a Villa in Los Angeles. I also filmed in Paris, the emblematic city of ‘French Kiss’ with the Director of Photography of Paris By Night. I wanted to include everyone in the video, to reflect the song’s feeling and lyrics, by showing different people kissing each other, all genders, all colours, just love. And I wanted everyone to feel included, which is why I used ASL (American Sign Language) in the choreography, to allow everyone to understand my songs and my message». – LA Laura Paris