The music video of «The Color of Oman – A Swiss Song of Love for Oman» premiered in a special held ceremony at the Swiss castle Château Gütsch in Lucerne on big screen.
The Swiss duo Dust of Soul, with its project in Oman, developed great curiosity and great interest, from which “The Color of Oman is Love” originated – a Swiss Song of Love for Oman. But as usual Dust of Soul is about more than music. It goes very deeply, the message the Singer Dusty and Pianist MiKey express with their “Art of Dust of Soul”. Dust of Soul creates musical touches in people in distant Oman and is moved by the Arabian Gulf State to create a love song to express how the modern 1001 nights affects the Western world.
Dust of Soul says “The Color” of Oman is love. Through the unique scenery of mountains, the Arabian Gulf, the sandy beaches, the long-drawn city life of Muscat, the famous sand dunes and the impressive medina of the old town of Mutrah, Oman creates a harmonious harmony.
Oman succeeds in living traditional values of the magic of the Orient. In this ancient country lives a power and a love for the music that everyone can feel. His Majesty Sultan Quboos bin Said built an opera house in the middle of Muscat to give Oman international music and dance, to share culture, and bring hearts together.
“The Color of Oman is Love”. This is the incoming song from Dust of Soul. It is full of longing and tells stories like from 1001 nights. One of them tell Dust of Soul themselves. Their true story in the Sultanate. Thereof a music video arose that Dusty and MiKey filmed during their last stay in Muscat.
«It is the “Color of Love” that inspired Dust of Soul to the song. It is the memories that have been moving us. There are the moments of luck, which we celebrate and from which we create power to live even our greatest dream»— Dust of Soul
“The Color of Oman is Love” tells the music video with scenes from all over Muscat. Dust of Soul invites you to an experience of diversity, fascination and great wealth. This wealth is found in powerful symbolic gestures, real emotions and the interaction with nature.