Hawthorne Heights are doing things a little differently for the making of their newest video, "Oceans." They're enlisting the help of their fans. Want to get involved? Read the band's statement below and take a listen to "Oceans," off their Hate EP, out now...
"We’re working on a video for our song “OCEANS” and we need YOUR help. “OCEANS” is about missing a loved one who has been deployed. We want to include videos from YOU, our fans. Send us a short video of you holding up a picture of your friend or family member that’s deployed and tell us a little about them and how you miss them. If you happen to be deployed, send us video of you holding up a picture of your family or loved one back home."
-All videos must be shot in HD (iPhone and Android video cameras work good enough for this)
-Videos must be shot horizontally (vertically shot videos will not be used)
-Videos must be shot against a solid and plain background
-Film yourself for 30 seconds - talk for 15 seconds about your loved one and say nothing for the remaining 15 seconds.
Email your video to: email@example.com
By submitting your video, you give us permission to use your voice and image as part of this video and promotions for our song “Oceans” and our album Hate.