I’m extremely humbled that one of my old mates, Joel Rembach, has decided to make a video clip for one of the songs from my new album, ‘Photos From The Window Of The Car’.
Joel is financing most of the clip himself, but is hoping to meet some of the shortfalls via a Pozible campaign. If you’re a fan of the album, or the song, any assistance you can give Joel would be absolutely wizard!
One of the rewards is a guest-starring role in the clip!
The new CD, Fall Into The Sky, is now officially launched and released.
If you’re in Melbourne you can buy the CD at Readings in Carlton, Hawthorn and St Kilda. I’m starting to send it out to other independents. If you have a record shop that you like to go to, let me know where it is and I’ll send some copies out. Probably best to let me know at my Facebook page facebook.com/danwarnermusic.
Sincere thanks to everyone who contributed to the Pozible campaign – I really appreciate your help. Your funds have already been put to good use – the record was mastered this week and is sounding great. The next step is the artwork, which should be finished by the end of next week. Full steam ahead towards the launch – Friday 24th October at The Kelvin Club.
The campaign is still going – and, if you’re’ thinking of coming to the launch, buying a ticket through Pozible is the best way to ensure you get a ticket before they go on sale officially in a few weeks’ time.
Again, thanks so much for your support, I never would have finished this record without your help… D
If you’ve ever wondered what record producers actually do – this photograph may help to clarify. Here are my producers, Tim Harvey and Marcel Borrack, working on my record. That’s Tim on the right producing a piano part about to be played by Marcel Borrack, seated. Tim is saying, ‘don’t let your left hand know what your right hand is doing’ which is uncanny, because that’s exactly what Marcel’s piano playing sounds like. I can confirm, also, that Marcel Borrack’s sunglasses have been uninjured during the making of this record…