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The Nobodies ft. 30 Seconds to Mars - City of Angels Add Video

Here is our second and last official video clip at the moment. The Nobodies released a video on the single ?City of Angels? in collaboration with 30 Seconds to Mars. The filming process took place in California, Los Angeles, where the group is currently living. In the video, the band plays on the background of rare beauty shots of the night in Los Angeles, California starry sky and desert sunset. A blend of music and visual range will come to be an intriguing challenge for the viewer , because in the long-awaited video the spectators will not see The Nobodies. The musicians will appear as heroes of a shadow theater, surrounded by giant cacti and wild beauty of California, playing guitar against the background of the city of Angels. The band members play musical instruments , which also will remain elements of shadow theater throughout the video. The video for the song released in the genre of rock and the band has received the support from such giants of rock music, as 30 Seconds to Mars. It?s a second time when they are supporting The Nobodies. However rock is not the only direction in which The Nobodies realize their creative potential: alternative rock, post grunge, gothic metal ? directions and interests of this group are considered to be more than vast. The video was directed by Yegor Levkin and Siamsy ex-member of our team. As for the producers, they turn to be such masters as Craig Lamb-Rush and Monthy Lamb-Rash. According to the common opinion of the directors and producers, the clip should become a new sound in contemporary rock music .

Posted by TheNobodies on June 23, 2014 at 6:58 AM 212 Views

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