Chicago Artist FlyNari Releases “ChromeHearted” Visual, Directed By No More Heroes

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Production company No More Heroes presents FlyNari’s “ChromeHearted,” out now.

FlyNari and No More Heroes are putting on for the city of Chicago with the new visual for FlyNari’s song “ChromeHearted.” The track is a melodic masterpiece about heartbreak as he also pays homage to high-end brand Chrome Hearts. FlyNari’s latest track “ChromeHearted” is an instant anthem accompanied by an entertaining and wild visual that keeps audiences engaged throughout the entire time.

What can be referred to as FlyNari’s most refined work so far, “ChromeHearted,” shows how far he has matured as an artist. The melodic hook of the song combined with its overall production, compliments the visual in a way that showcases FlyNari as a star to be on the lookout for.

“I would describe my sound as real melodic, real genuine music that people can relate to who may know of everyday situations coming up in the city of Chicago,” FlyNari said in a recent interview. 

With the help of No More Heroes, FlyNari’s latest visual illustrates the narrative of the storyline perfectly — allowing the song’s content to match the form/production of the track. At the time of writing, the video is already at 222,000 views and counting, with an overwhelmingly positive response from fans in the comments.

“It was the summer of 2020 where a lot of people started to wear the actual brand ‘Chrome Hearts’ and I just felt like everybody in my city is wearing this brand, so I knew they would relate to the song on a hard level,” FlyNari said.

The “ChromeHearted” visual opens with FlyNari in the back seat of the car with his girl in the driver’s seat, having a heated discussion with him. He looks like he wants no part of it, as the video transitions into the title of the track “ChromeHearted.” Then audiences see FlyNari tied up on a train track singing the opening line of the song, “I feel like I’m back and I’m better.” 

FlyNari and No More Heroes do an impeccable job of creating a dichotomy of good versus evil throughout the visual. FlyNari is definitely someone to keep on your radar.

Be sure to tap in with the rising talent via social media @flynari for any upcoming projects.

Check out FlyNari’s latest video, “ChromeHearted,” directed by No More Heroes, below! 

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