Music Video Unplugged: An Update.
It is finally here guys, the music video for The King Blues track The Streets Are Ours!
It has been an incredible couple of months. So intense, but so much fun. I have been part of a flawless production team that have ensured this project has been a huge success. I owe everyone involved a huge, huge thank you for all of their efforts. It simply would not have been made possible without you all.
I created this site at around the same sort of time that I was set this Music Video Unplugged unit at my University in Surrey. From that point I have used this as a visual diary to explore the ideas of anarchy, reclaiming the streets and revolt to create something I believe to be visually exciting and inviting for all viewers. Feel free to take a minute to track back through the pages on this site to take the journey from start to finish that this project entailed - all posts with the heading “Music Video Unplugged: An Update” will be relevant to this project. I have also picked up over 300 followers on this site along the way… Incredible. Thank you to each and every one of you.
This is not the end of my relationship with The King Blues and Transmission Recordings. Midday tomorrow will see the release of a viral promoting the new album Punk & Poetry, set for release this Spring. I am also looking to sort something regarding The King Blues headline tour throughout late March and early April.
Very exciting times indeed.
The following guys are the ones that I have worked with to bring this music video to life. They have been awesome throughout.
Plenty of stuff in the pipeline now, especially to note are music videos with Luke Leighfield and Stars of the Search Party.
What an incredible experience this has been. Thanks guys.
Wonderful new King Blues video for ‘The Streets Are Ours’.
We’ve been a little King Blues themed of late, but if you’ve followed us for a while you’ll be well aware that this is normal.