Disco Shrine, our Persian Barbie queen, never stops delivering pop-perfection. Her new song, "Future Memories" is infused with the DIY feel that provides the foundation for her music.
"Future Memories" was co-written by Liz Nistico of Holychild. It's about Disco Shrine's dating life in LA and is entirely relatable to all of the hopeless romantics in the City of Angels. That moment when you start dating someone and fast-forward to reminiscing about little moments that you'll tell in stories to your friends. It's the perfect glimmer of hope. You never know if that's going to be a moment that will last forever or a fleeting moment that you'll grow to despise. Not all relationships have to be defined; not everything has to be planned, and not every break-up defines you. Disco Shrine makes it a point, as she always does, to make women feel empowered in their choices.
In true Disco Shrine fashion, her video is a DIY masterpiece with nods to y2k culture. From the punk rock fashion to her overall attitude, this is the epitome of modern dating. The sugary visuals of the video perfectly compliment the carefree vibe of the song.
Disco Shrine is known for her songwriting, traveling the world as a DJ, and curating events. She's hosted pop-up parties in unconventional locations like laundromats, barbershops, and mattress stores. Her parents' immigration story from Iran to America inspired her debut single 'Up In The Air,' and her advocacy for immigrant rights has touched global audiences.