Indian-American songstress Shreea Kaul (previously known as Shreya) releases the debut visual “Gluttony” from her recently released, genre-fused LP The Seven Deadly Sins. The enchanting visual, directed by Mateo Meija/ Victor Bobmanuel, finds the Houston-Based songbird sublimely channeling the elements of greed in a tantalizing bliss. Known for her unique blend of R&B/ Soul genres with her South Asian, Indian identity, Kaul brilliantly makes her official visual introduction to the world with today’s release.

Shreea Kaul shares, “I’ve always been a fan of themed projects. They’re like secret passageways- they always have deeper meanings and nuances that are so interesting to explore. I wanted this project to describe the seven deadly sins from a more innovative perspective related to our modern society. I wanted to incorporate themes of sensuality, power, and overconsumption into this LP because I feel that they’re so relevant to our society today. So much intention went into this project, and I hope that listeners can understand the subtleties and intricacies behind it.”

Kaul’s innovative body of work, acting as her second LP, has generated 1 million + streams across streaming service platforms to date. Receiving critical acclaim, Earmilk expressed, “The Seven Deadly Sins showcases her unique creative vision as she sonically and lyrically takes listeners on a journey through the beauty and malice of each deadly sin” as they highlighted lead track “Gluttony.” Nylon featured the song on “Soundcheck: The 10 Best Music Releases of the Week,” and stated “her dreamy vocals make this vice one to not be ashamed of.