The song and video were recorded live at Frank Bair's studio in the old Comic Con building in downtown Tucson. Audio by Frank Bair, video by Theo Panousopoulos, James Grip, and Jedidiah Baker.
Head over to CANS Deli tonight to celebrate the release of Sharkk Heartt's first single, "Maybe We Are Infinite."
Electronic producer, singer, songwriter and pianist Lara Ruggles is the one-woman show behind Sharkk Heartt. She's revamping her sound since moving back to Tucson in 2016.
Ruggles toured under her own name and released a full-length album with her band in Colorado, but she's switching gears from writing folky love songs to songs that tackle feminism, equality and activism.
The new single is a love song, with a portion of record sales from the CANS Deli show going to Planned Parenthood.
Sharkk Heartt will be joined at CANS by Phoenix electro-pop duo MRCH and Tucson indie-soul artist Jillian Bessett. The show, presented by Wooden Tooth Records, is 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 18. $5 advance or $8 at the door. Find tickets here.