From the hairdo-highs of the 80’s, to the viral takeovers via Myspace and YouTube in the 00’s, the music video remains one of the most advantageous ways of delivering your band to a waiting audience.
Today’s garage-band guitar-heroes can maintain their independence as a cornucopia of resources is afforded via social media, streaming sites and internet radio.
Added to the wealth of affordable, nigh-on professional audio and recording equipment within reach, the need for the multimillion-pound recording studio, and an attendant, over-bearing record label, has gone.
A video isn’t just advantageous for the artist. Brands can capitalize too. Integrating your product with a song riding high on the Top 40 or going viral on social media can boost your brands perception and segue into an unexpected revenue stream.
In our experience at Chunky Wombat Media, music videos have been both tremendous fun, and the most publicly-accessible product to produce.
We love music videos, from pop to metal, they’re striking, daft, or sometimes even touching, and we’d be keen to discuss making more.