Aline released an inspirational song and music video, "Superfreak", which is about self-acceptance. Putting the word "freak" back to its initial meaning: unusual, unexpected, abnormal, atypical, exceptional. By saying "I'm a Superfreak", we're not only acknowledging and accepting our differences, but we also make them our Superpowers!

Superfreak is a soothing ballad ending with a full sing-along chorus inspired by "Hey Jude" by The Beatles. The instrumentation includes a Wurlitzer, acoustic guitar, electric bass, Mellotron and electronic sounds. It was produced by Grammy Awards winning producer Scott Jacoby, who worked with John Legend, Vanessa Hudgens, Chimène Badi, Ronnie Spector, Coldplay, Janelle Monae, Kelly Clarkson, Vampire Weekend, Stormzy, Jason Mraz, SZA... Scott said that "Aline is a fearless, real artist who has just the right amount of pop".

The music video includes people of various shapes, sizes and appearances:  Terra Jolé, Peggy ChenowethJohnny NobodyLady Clover HoneyMem Nahadr, Sebastian SaracenoJanie MartinezBrixey, and others. Watch the interviews of the cast and director: https://youtu.be/OuSmbG9RxVk

 

Denise Sherod, of Reignland Magazine says: "The diversity in the music video is going to empower so many! I liked the way the music takes you on a build-up and hits the greatest notes! I liked the voice of the artist, and the background harmonies were fabulous! The drums, guitar, and keyboard were crisp and perfectly placed in the track. We need to see more of this."

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Aline's bio:

Aline was born in Brussels, Belgium. She started writing, playing guitar and composing music around age 13, performed with several rock bands and studied music composition and piano at the Royal Conservatory of Mons, where she also sang in their choir and played piano in their orchestra. She studied classical singing with Laure Delcampe and Valentin Peytchinov. She also studied Drama at the Royal Athenée of Rixensart, where she performed in plays such as "Spring Awakening" by Frank Wedekind and "Wounds to the face" by Howard Barker. After moving to New York City, she performed with various opera companies, including the roles of the Queen of the Night in "The Magic Flute" by Mozart and Olympia in "The Tales of Hoffmann" by Offenbach. She then focused on a solo career as musical artist, as well as acting for film and TV. She worked on TV shows such as "The Blacklist​", "Blindspot", "Gotham", "Fear The Walking Dead", "Blue Bloods" and "The Good Flight". She now lives in Los Angeles, California. Aline's IMDb.