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Black Gold’s new video, Breakdown, from their latest album, Rush on Red Bull Records.
Black Gold’s new video, Shine, from their album, Rush on Red Bull Records. Filmed on location in the California desert by director Josh Forbes, the imagery was intended to illuminate some of the song's lyrical themes. "The heart of the song is about a time in a person's life when his or her faith is being tested in the most challenging way they've ever known," band member Than Luu explains. "In that moment, you pray for something or someone so bad that you'd be crushed if you were let down and reborn if you were not. The concept for the video speaks to this test of faith and the dreams that go with it. You'll see imagery of friends and loves lost, hints of hopes and fears, light and dark." The video closes with dozens of Chinese Flying Lanterns released into the heavens, sending messages to loved ones past and present.
Twin Atlantic's 'What Is Light? Where Is Laughter?' from their debut mini-album, Vivarium, on Red Bull Records. Directed by Hannah Lux Davis.
AWOLNATION’s new video ‘Sail’ from their latest album, Megalithic Symphony, on Red Bull Records.
Directed by Cameron Duddy.
Black Gold "Plans & Reveries" from the album Rush. Directed by Steven Drypolcher at Partizan Productions. For More info, visit our website at *******www.ignitionvisualmedia****/
Black Gold "Detroit" from the album Rush. For More info, visit our website at *******www.ignitionvisualmedia****/
The smack talk heats up as the tour stops off in Two Guns, Arizona for a guitar solo duel between Joe from Brighton, MA and Cody from Young Jesus. As usual, up for grabs is the posh Red Bull Scenic Cruiser, a mighty prize for the long drive to the final show in Los Angeles.
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