International recording artist Bill Kaulitz – widely known as the frontman for the band Tokio Hotel – has released the debut song and video entitled “Love Don’t Break Me” via his new solo project moniker BILLY. “Love Don’t Break Me” is a minimalistic/electronic ballad that reflects a new sound and impressive growth in BILLY’s musical palette.
The song is just one part of the multi-media hybrid art project which also includes a stunning Black and White short-film directed by Shiro Gutzie and Davis Factor and an accompanying fine art photo book with selected images from the film and other original pictures by the directors. A series of large format art prints complete the ambitious art project. “I didn’t want to do a traditional music release for my first solo project” BILLY says “I wanted the freedom to explore the other areas in my life that I am passionate about like Art and Fashion and felt that a pure music project wouldn’t fulfill my vision as a solo artist.”
BILLY celebrated the launch of the new project on Friday night in Los Angeles at an exclusive private location. The event consisted of a photo art exhibit, the book launch, and a screening of the short film which can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/PFEIyrdsC4w
For more information on BILLY and “Love Don’t Break Me,” visit www.billyisnotok.com.
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