The new video for “Standing Stones” has just gone live- you can see it here:-
The new video for “Standing Stones” featurs an entirely new mix by Pete Miles and a video shot on location on Dartmoor, England over August & September 2020.
The video features our friend Sarah of SacredSpiralTattoos
Cinematography & Editing by our very own Harry Duns.
Direction & Production by Harry & Niall Parker
Red blanket by Eloise Sentito at These Isles.
So from the end of August to the beginning of October the entire Gravity Machine crew have been hard at work creating a new video for “Standing Stones”. We started with a completely new mix from Pete Miles, then fleshed out a new storyboard- then, out onto the moor on the rare sunny days.
Working with our friend Sarah, we captured wild footage out at Scorhill and Mardon Down, before retreating back to a very dark warehouse on the edge of the moor to capture the band playing.
Harry put together a stunning edit, which goes live shortly- we’ll update with the link when it’s live!
Any review which starts “Once in a while something comes along which makes you stop what you are doing, halts thoughts in their animation and has you catching your breath” has to be off to a good start.
And so it proves with the Ringmaster’s review of “Lifting Mountains”- you can read it here – https://ringmasterreviewintroduces.wordpress.com/front-and-centre/
Thanks to the team at Pluggin’ Baby, “Lifting Mountains” has been playlisted on the Planet Rock “New Rock” show- Monday evenings at 10pm UK time. Pretty exciting!
“Gravity Machine’s debut album, Red, is cathartic work of art and essential listening for fans of progressive rock and alternative rock”
The Hard Baroquer have just announced a review of “Red”- it’s a very deep and considered review of the album- check it out here!
With a little support from our label Zyse Records, and a lot of help from Jason Maddocks (cheers dude!), we’ve put together a “Made In Devon” playlist- there’s far more great music made down in these hills than could ever be played, even if Sarah Gozzo’s BBC Music Introducing in Devon and Cornwall was an all-weekend show! We’ll be adding to this as we go along!
Some names you’d expect to see….and lots and lots of others to check out; some friends of ours, some we’ve never heard of (we have now!)….
The latest review is now in, from TheProgMind’s Luke Henson:
Luke has written a detailed and perceptive review- a 10/10, including some great observations and reactions.
The full review can be read here.