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Toronto-based Chris Castello laments over lost love in “Rio”

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March 22, 2020

Toronto-based singer Chris Castello shared the visuals for his single "Rio," on Sunday; a groovy, mid-tempo jam about learning to let go of the past—good times and all. The clip, directed by Ziyaad Haniff & Yusuf Zine, finds the singer reminiscing about a lovey-dovey road trip of days gone by, riding past the same pit stops in the present.

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"This song deals with the burden of memory and the struggle to let go of a past relationship," he told The FADER via email about the video. "We really wanted to show that in the video, so there's a lot of contrast throughout it, showing the joyful memories vs. the harsh reality."

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Toronto-based Chris Castello laments over lost love in “Rio”