Tina Guo and Serj Tankian from the music video for "Moonhearts in Space"

Tina Guo Heads To Space In New Music Video For “Moonhearts In Space” Feat. Serj Tankian

Cellist Tina Guo has teamed up with Serj Tankian to release the official music video for her song, "Moonhearts in Space."

Breathtaking virtuoso cellist Tina Guo has finally unleashed her full-length album, Dies Irae, to help celebrate the occasion; Tina has released a futuristic, dreamscape-style music video for her original track, “Moonhearts in Space,” featuring the one and only Serj Tankian.

A wonderful mix of Tina’s heart-pumping arrangements that showcase why she’s a top-tier cellist, and with the added flair of Serj Tankian thrown into the mix, these two create a wonderful explosion of sound fusion that will be replayed time and time again.

Speaking on her latest album and the release of the “Moonhearts in Space” music video, Tina shares, “I am SO excited for the Dies Irae album release after 3 years in the making, and to share the ‘Moonhearts in Space’ song and video with everyone! I have been a huge fan of Serj for so many years, and it really was a dream come true to be able to collaborate together. A huge preemptive thank you to everyone for taking the time out of your day to listen and watch, the amazing support and positivity over the years have been an incredible blessing, and I’m so grateful for you!”

Also sharing some words, Serj Tankian noted, “I really enjoyed working with Tina on ‘Moonhearts in Space.’ Her ability to take classical and destroy it with rock and metal is really enjoyable. At a time when we are already traveling to space, it’s imperative to realize the intention with which we travel inwardly or out.”

If you’d like to give Tina Guo’s new full-length album, Dies Irae, a spin for yourself, you can do so via your favorite streaming platform. I know I can’t wait to give it a few listens. Also, if you haven’t yet make sure to head on over to Tina’s official website to keep up with what she has planned next.

Brandon Flores

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