The Vault and Acoustic Video Recording

Greetings, fellow humans.

We just got back from recording a video acoustic session in Arrowhead, and we’re all ready for a short break from all of the craziness that’s been going on this passed few weeks. The video shoot went well, and we’re hoping to get some of the video footage together and into the eyes and ears of you all soon – so brace yourself, Ladies and Gents. It was a, somewhat, strange experience. We’ve never recorded in this way before… We all sat down in the cabin, on couches and in front of the fireplace with microphones and cameras surrounding us as we played. Haha, and we found it difficult to not look into the lens when there was a camera swooping down in front of your face. Very Sstrange, Indeed… But we all had a ton of fun, and we just want to give a shout out to everyone who put in the time and hard work to help us out… Seriously, you guys rock!

Anyway, in other news, The Vault show was a lot of fun. For those that missed the show, we are now using multimedia within our set (meaning, we are now playing our music accompanied by video). It was a bit scary in the beginning, considering we were missing one of the main cables to hook the laptop to the video screen, but fortunately, brave and bold Sir Ivan was there to save the day! It was kind of strange playing with the video in the beginning… While singing, I began to notice that people were focused on the video, and unlike most shows for most local bands, no one was talking to one another, or even moving there eyes from the screen… I suppose that might be because we are all trained to watch anything coming from a television screen. Anyway, it has become a welcomed addition to our set, and, from what was told to me, it was a pretty big success. I mean, how many local bands have a video synced with their stage performance? … I don’t know. It was a lot of fun to make, so we’ll be happy to do it again for our next gig at Generations Church (check out

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