Revenge Becomes Black & White At Video Release Party

Friday February 3rd, 2012

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Local band The Blue Stones are trading in colour for some black and white concepts.

Collaborating with Windsor video director/producer Gavin Michael Booth, all involved are hosting a video release party for the song Vein Vixens. Set to kick-off at 9 p.m. on Saturday, February 4, the shindig will be held downtown at Villains Beastro Pub.

“It’s lining up to be a great night,” said Booth in a press release for the event. “Support the local talent and sponsors that made this video possible and catch a great live show from the band.”

Filmed at the premiere site a month prior, the black and white video centers around a woman seeking revenge against band members Justin Tessier and Tarek Jafar. Following its premier, the duo will hit the pub’s stage for a short set before spending the night with friends and family. No cover charge is required to enter and those who are 19+ are welcome to attend.

Following their previous collaboration with Booth, a video for I’m A Stereo using iPhone 4 technology and receiving over 30,000 hits online, everyone was glad to team up again. The band also felt the concept was a natural extension of their image.

“We wear nothing but full three piece suits in our live performance,” said Jafar in the press release. “Blending that seamlessly into a concept in an era past just made sense from the get go.”

Vein Vixens marks Booth’s 29th video in just over a year and continues his practice of using cast, crew and extras mostly from Windsor: For more on the work he and his Mimetic Entertainment production company have done, you can visit their youtube page. As for The Blue Stones, information on the band and new music is available to listen to at their website.

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