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Monday, March 25, 2013

La Luz- "Call Me in the Day" Video Premiere!!

Posted by on Mon, Mar 25, 2013 at 12:44 PM

Seattle's new favorite surf four piece La Luz teamed up with Seattle director Bobby McHugh to film the official "Call Me in the Day" music video in Index, WA. "We didn't have a budget... we just got together and made it," explains McHugh.

The video catches Shana Cleveland in an introspective moment up at a cabin in Index, WA, while her band, Abbey Blackwell, Alice Sandahl & Marian Li-Pino, drive around the back woods, surfing on the back of the truck bed and shotgunning beers. My hope for the video was to tap into the feeling of disconnect between the singer and the unknown second party that the listener hears about in 'Call Me in the Day', without getting too literal. It's not full of visual gimmicks, it's a video that's all about feeling.

You can check out the updated tour schedule for La Luz on their Bandcamp page.

 

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bree, i was not being serious before when i called dan a racist faggot, ok. but i do have to ask: are you really related to Rob Mckenna (R), the former Attorney General for the State of Washington? its just because you both have the same name and you both work in Seattle is all.
Posted by tim koch on March 25, 2013 at 1:10 PM · Report this
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Dude. Hush up.
Posted by derek_erdman http://www.derekerdman.com on March 25, 2013 at 1:34 PM · Report this
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so much hype on this band. great video!
Posted by itsneverthateasy on March 25, 2013 at 2:01 PM · Report this
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Takin' the surf out of SoCal, and setting it on fire in the Northwest woods

(I love this song)
Posted by Kelly O on March 25, 2013 at 4:51 PM · Report this

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