We Singing Colors launched Bridal Hands, the first single from the upcoming album. The song was released with a video filmed in some of the oldest mountains in Romania.
Macin Mountains were the perfect setting: “We wanted a variety of landscapes, to feel it as a journey. The guys we worked with came up with the idea of filming in this area. We checked out some photos on the internet and went to shoot. When we reached the village Greci first thing we were told was “We have venomous snakes here, but there’s no problem, because if you get bitten you have almost 5 hours to get treatment before you die,” says Roxana Niculae, the gentle voice of We Singing Colors.
The idea of the video started from Andrei Hategan: “Bridal Hands is a journey towards what we really are. Behind the masks, to the world and back. Roxana and I play two characters who have been and will always be present around us. It would be vulgar to call them by name, but we all know who they are”.
The video was filmed and edited by Radu Mihai Mocanu Dragolea and can be watched here:
The song was composed by the band and mixed & mastered at Magnetic Space Studios, Belgium.
We Singing Colors is an indie pop band from Bucharest, Romania. So far they have played in all the big cities of Romania, in Chennai (India), Chisinau (Moldova) and Sofia (Bulgaria). The first album “Made of wool, made of heavy metal” was released last year.
The band is always experimenting with the places and ways in which the sing: from the taxi’s privacy (“Day for my eyes“), to the atmosphere of the forest (“Say you’re mine”) and the scenes Festival (Peninsula, Street Delivery, Short’s Up and more). Some of their best known songs have been featured on international music compilation (Music Alliance Pact): “Cântec de seară” and “There when you sleep”. Other songs entered the playlists of independent radios from Canada and USA (“Moscow” and “Good Days”). “Good Days, Bad Days” and “Far, far, far” were featured in 2 national commercial, the first being even nominated in a Musical Gala – On Air Music Awards.
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