The first take it went sideways, second take it went the other way. Even so, Kearney hasn't forgotten his musical roots. Critics lauded the simplicity of the video, which was nominated for numerous accolades, including four awards at the. And, as a director, Jared knows how to make things look really beautiful. I took that as a good omen. I wrote the first verse just as I was headed out the door for South Africa, and the minute I touched down I finished the rest of it. Archived from on July 24, 2011.
Musically, it was a bit of a beast in that it was originally eight minutes long, so we had to do some trimming. . And all it takes to harness any of it is will. Frontman Jared Leto told Billboard magazine that he was excited by this song as soon as he wrote it. These two themes alternate between each other during the course of the video. Archived from on May 7, 2012.
We've been to the Arctic, so really, to do this video, in one way, was much simpler. I knew that some of it would like crazy talk to others, but that just gave me more fuel for the fire. Archived from on November 13, 2013. The song was recorded by Ryan Williams and Matt Radosevich at The International Centre for the Advancement of the Arts and Sciences of Sound in ,. Ryan Jones of noticed the 1980s influences that resonated throughout the track and compared its melody to the sound of. Musically, it was a bit of a beast in that it was originally eight minutes long, so we had to do some trimming.
What sets these guys apart is their knack for melody and the clarity of the vocals. The music video features a critical mass crank mob movement, founded with forward-thinking and eco-conscious intentions, on a night time journey from downtown Los Angeles to Santa Monica Pier. It was during those teenage years that he developed his love for classic songwriting the kind that transcends generations and genres. Mat Kearney and a and Justin Clough and Bridget Whitman and Stanley Glover and -Out of the Wilderness. Archived from on April 24, 2011.
Thirty Seconds to Mars performed the song on featuring the , and included it on the setlist of the. We've been to China in the past. Alternative Press 258 : 91. It's a sound that really occupies its own lane. A different theme of the video simply features the band playing on a cliff edge in overlooking the city. The sound he helped introduce with his major-label debut, 2006's Nothing Left to Lose a record that combined the bright sounds of pop music the with darker, harder-hitting influence of hip-hop had since become one of the most common genres of the 21st century, with chart-topping artists like Ed Sheeran and Twenty One Pilots all following in his footsteps.
This is the third installment of those videos! You have that moment of discovery that's exciting. It can also be heard in the trailers for , , and,. Archived from on June 30, 2014. Archived from on January 12, 2015. The result is some beautiful, wise songs that sound like they've been well-trav- eled.
Popular video sections on Godtube include; Christian bands and singers in Christian music videos, Christian comedians and comedy skits, spoofs and parodies in funny videos, cute videos featuring kids and animals, sports videos, Christian news videos and inspirational videos. The above photos, and more images can be found on the. Start uploading your Christian videos today! Archived from on October 19, 2013. But the idea, the night rides, I just had some friends that were doing Critical Mass and Crank Mob and People's Ride in L. On October 11, 2009, Thirty Seconds to Mars shut down and filmed a segment of the short film along with a group of cyclists. Their latest single 'Hit Rewind' is sure to tickle the fancy of skate punks across the world; the opening snare roll and subsequent harmonic-laden guitar riff rolling back the years to when Ten Foot Pole and Pennywise were hotter than an ill-prepared British tourist walking in the Australian sun. It was also performed on the , a tour on which Thirty Seconds to Mars co-headlined with.
The melody of the song contains several qualities similar to that of 1980s adult contemporary musical works and is imbued with elements of. I thought the world was really interesting, and I thought it would be a really beautiful backdrop for the video. The song was also performed on the band's , as well as the. In the video also appears a horse running down a deserted city street in slow motion, which was described as a surreal and fantastic vision of downtown Los Angeles. Archived from on January 4, 2014. This impressive backdrop is a tiny part of the Sierra Pelona Mountains called the. Steve Lillywhite really helped out with that, figuring out what made sense.
It premiered on 's radio show of in Los Angeles on October 6, 2009. Years before he toured the world as a platinum selling, boundary-breaking artist, Mat Kearney grew up in Eugene, Oregon. Take a second to check out his reel. It's still equally huge in its own way. He'd been a traveling songwriter for more than a decade, releasing three Top 20 albums along the way.
Archived from on October 13, 2012. Archived from on December 3, 2013. He's got a good eye for it. At the , it was nominated for. I wrote the first verse just as I was headed out the door for South Africa, and the minute I touched down I finished the rest of it. It's music for the head and the heart, but it's also music for the dance floor.