Have you ever been in one Up to your neck video? Now is your chance because they need your help. Last month Neck Deep announced their new album All deformations are intentional with the incredible promotional trip that was Sonderland. Then they dropped their first single ‘Lowlife’.
Now they want you, that’s right, to appear in the music video for their second single ‘When You Know’. Get the details below.
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The video shows Ben Barlow, rocking a sweet cowboy hat. He holds up and drops a series of characters that convey the message. Read the full post below.
“Hi Lowlives, due to the impact of the coronavirus, we were unable to record a video for our second single” When You Know. So we need you! To make this possible, what we need is … 1) to film a 10-15 second video of yourself with a song of your choice from ‘When You Know’. Kind of like I do now.
“The video must be indoors (obv.), Well lit, with a solid background, any color, only no posters, shelves, etc., lying in a smartphone orientation, waist / chest up. Have fun with it! Be as creative as you can !! Get involved and give yourself something to do! You could be in an ND video. We can’t wait to see your submissions and hear this track! Stay safe, stay indoors, be good to each other. Much love, Neck Deep. ‘
Watch the video below.
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– Neck Deep (@NeckDeepUK) March 26, 2020
Coronavirus affects every facet of, not just the music industry, but every industry. No tours, no concerts, no sports. At least Neck Depp makes the most of it. They give us something to do and a very special chance to be immortalized in one of their music videos.
Neck Deep is certainly not the first to ask fans for help making a video, Newly found glory recently invited die-hard fans to help them make a video. The 1975 also had a fan call for help with a music video.
We still don’t know when the new single will be released, but we’re sure it will be a hit.
More neck deep
If you haven’t heard of the new Neck Deep record yet, you’re in for a treat.
According to a statement from the band, the new album tells the story of a loner named Jett, who lives in a place called Sonderland. Sonderland is a combination of “Wonderland” and the somewhat obscure word “sonder” – meaning random people lead lives as complex as yours with their own ambitions.
“It’s that strange existential realization that you’re not the whole world,” explains singer Ben Barlow. Everyone around you feels and lives the same way you do. You are just an extra in their story. “
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Sonderland’s idea has started with the release of their new song, “Lowlife”, along with an accompanying music video.
The video was created by LA-based visual production company YHELLOW, for which he previously created the vibrant video PVRIS“Hallucinations.” Their crew flew to the UK to meet the band to film, while the video itself is based on ideas from Barlow himself.
The story opens up the world of protagonist Jett and his love Alice. Although told through the lens of the characters, All Distortions Are Intentional still reflects the lives of the individual members.
“By writing” Lowlife, “it was like taking advantage of this part of my own personality, my own psyche,” says Barlow.
You can watch the video below.
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The new record is produced by Matt Squire (Panic! At The Disco, Ariana Grande, One Direction) and is recorded in Wales at the legendary Monnow Valley Studio. Mixing for the album was done by Seb Barlow. The new album arrives July 24 via Hopeless Records and can be reserved here.
4. “Telling stories”
5. “If you know it”
7. “Ill joke”
8. “Why did it take so long?”
9. “Empty house”
10. “Little pigeon”
11. “I turn (around you)”
12. “Pushing Daisies”
Are you going to try to be in the Neck Deep music video? Tell us in the comments below!
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