Vibrant pop-rock guitarist Ariel Bellvalaire has released a video to her high energy track “Elastic.” The video is filled with Bellvalaire’s signature flair, and through a collection of stunts, she tells the story of a love that she just can’t quit. The vibrant visuals combine stunning acrobatics, spirited solos, and meaningful nods to some of her favorite rockstars, culminating in a vivid glimpse into her passion for music and display of her guitar-playing prowess. The video is now available to stream on YouTube.com.
The “Elastic” video is full of incredible tributes to a myriad of impactful musicians, all of which have massively inspired Bellvalaire’s music and life, revealing her as a true music lover. The video includes nods to Eddie Van Halen, Randy Rhoads, Pink Floyd, John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Jimi Hendrix, and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Early on in the video, Pink Floyd’s “Comfortably Numb” lyrics are spoken, followed closely by Bellvalaire playing the iconic song’s melody, featuring a taste of her stunning solo skills. Another quick yet powerful moment features a visual homage to John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s classic Rolling Stone cover. The video cuts between visual and auditory tributes to these musicians and portrayals of her signature aerial stunts that she has deemed “Shrednastics,” which include playing guitar while performing other acrobatic stunts, like hanging upside-down. It’s a true example of who Bellvalaire is as a musician and entertainer.