|Photo by Jay Blakesberg|
Do you have a great photo or video from your outdoor adventures that you’d love to see immortalized forever? If so, I have just the opportunity for you.
Indie rock band The Mother Hips is creating a music video for their new single “It’s Alright,” and they’re asking for help from the outdoor community. The members of the band just so happen to be avid outdoor adventurers themselves, and they’re looking to collect awesome photos and clips from our adventures to include in the video.
In an article posted to The Mother Hips website, the band had this to say:
“Be part of the next music video! We’d like to use videos and photos of YOUR adventures – whether it be hiking, climbing, kayaking, skiing, surfing, etc in our next music video! A lot of you have started families of your own along the journey and as a result we have a new generation of young Hips fans out there! If you have any footage of your kiddos rocking out at a Hips’ show, or even to a Hips’ record, we’d love to see that too! Post your files to our community dropbox to be included. Deadline for submissions is February 23rd at midnight PT.”
To help facilitate the process, the band has set up a webpage with more information that also provides access to their Dropbox folder where the photos and videos can be stored. If you have some awesome shots you’d like to see included, send them to the Hips. Who knows, they may love those images as well and include them in the video.
“It’s Alright” is part of the band’s next album, which is entitled Chorus and is scheduled for release on June 8 of this year. Obviously they’re collecting our videos and photos now in order to have the music video ready for release at the same time.
For more information visit themotherhips.com.
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