"Burning" is s video from Dark Every Day's new 2010 CD release "Project Burning". It was filmed in the ruins of an abandoned 1930's gas station in Houston's historic 5th Ward, by director W. Ross Wells of ZenFilm.
The location is used as an impromptu shelter by homeless folks and there is much decoration by underground artists, taggers and an occasional missionary with a paint brush. Footage was filmed on a damp and cloudy day and along with the chosen site, provided a solid texture for Burning, literally setting the stage for the song, by creating an uncomfortable, edgy environment, both symbolizing and complimenting the lyrics.
Having filmed throughout the day, the band belted out their hit single Burning until the University of Houston police forced them to shut down camp. Fortunately for Wells and the Dark Every Day boys, filming had just completed! The police were very nice about it.
Executive Producer: W. Ross Wells
Director: W. Ross Wells
Digital Cinematography: Hank Schyma
Art Direction: Everett Taasevigen
Editorial: Hank Schyma, Scott Marrett
Color Correction: Tracy Jemison
Vox/Bass: Antonio Dark Prieto
Drums: Patrick Pressgrove
Guitar: Manuel Prieto
Guitar: Dustin Johnson
Bacon Vendor: Joe O'Brien
* Dark Every Day drummer Patrick Pressgrove uses legs that are constructed from the latest Micro-Processor Hydraulic Titanium technology created by Otto Bock, Germany
Project Burning is now available on iTunes, Amazon MP3, Rhapsody, Myspace Music Store, Shockhound and all other fine digital mediums. Physical copies of this disc are available only via Amazon disc on Demand!
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