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Love Story

Rewind Project

Love Story Remix_Cover Art


nternational recording artist, Al Copeland had plans to record new music at a recording studio before COVID 19 devastated the world. To rise to this challenge, the Final Fantasy VII Remake singer decided to release a series of remixes from her debut EP Love Story which was released in September 2015. The Love Story Rewind Project is also a celebration of its antecedent's 5th anniversary.

The Love Story (Teeba Quiet Storm Remix) is the first chapter from Al Copeland's Love Story Rewind Project, which will feature several remixes from her debut EP. In this remake, Thomas "Teeba" Forbes transforms the Boom Bap laden 
original produced by Swedish producer Jonatan "Blezz" Malm into a seductive classic '90s R&B inspired arrangement. With Al's spirited vocals in sync with live keys, bass, guitar and other nostalgic accents, this record gives us all the feels, bae not included. 😜  

This is the second project that Copeland and Forbes have collaborated on since 2018. With several other remixes from her 2015 project slated for release in 2020, join Al live for part 1 of the Love Story Rewind Project on September 18, 2020 at 6:30 pm at The song also drops exclusively at on September 18, 2020. For more information and media inquiries contact Al via her website at

Stay tuned to Al's social media at @alcopelandmusic on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube or join the mailing list at  for exclusive e-mails.







homas “Teeba” Forbes is a multi-instrumentalist, producer, songwriter and performer who hails from seacoast New Hampshire. Proficient on bass guitar, keyboards, electric and acoustic guitar, vocals, drum kit and sampler. With these tools he is able to translate an idea, vision or feeling into musical composition.

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Final Fantasy VII Remake


Two songs sung by Al Copeland; "Scarlet's Theme" and "Stand Up". 



Al Copeland and crew at the Final Fantasy VII Remake recording session at Q Division Studios in Somerville, MA. From left: Q Division engineer, Yuki Kanesaka Carmichael (producer), Mitsuto Suzuki-san (composer), assistant. Front: Al Copeland

n April 2020, Square Enix released its highly anticipated video game; Final Fantasy VII Remake. In addition, an 8 disc Special Edit Version of the original soundtrack (composed by Nobuo Uematsu, Mitsuto Suzuki, and Masashi Hamauzu) was released with two songs sung by Copeland; "Scarlet's Theme" and "Stand Up". 


Fans from all across the globe are raving about Ms. Copeland's sultry take on "Scarlet's Theme". "How did Scarlett end up getting one of the best jams in the whole remake?” commented Omniback20 on YouTube. Final Fantasy VII Remake gamers have also received Al's energetic take on the house music themed, "Stand Up". Winrays writes, "Hopefully we see you back for part 2! Your voice is amazing!"  Since the release, the vocalist has continued to connect with fans from around the world, and looks forward to more projects in the gaming industry.


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