The Accidentals Premiere New Video, "Earthbound," Via Baeble Music
Sony Music Masterworks recording artists, The Accidentals, are excited to unveil the music video for, "Earthbound," via Baeble Music. The clip begins in what Sav describes as, a "lucid dream." Isolated inside the walls of an abandoned psychiatric hospital, the separation from reality creates an atmosphere of hopelessness as the music explodes amongst Himalayan Salt Lamps and the fading light between the cracks in the boarded windows. A human connection to band members, Katie and Michael provide sanctuary, healing, and a way out.
"Everyone struggles with something at some point in their life," multi-instrumentalist Sav Buist told Baeble. "'Earthbound' came from a darker place. It was part of the story and it was part of the healing. It goes out to the people who aren't sure tomorrow can be better. It can. Making this video was therapeutic in a way. It was filmed in an abandoned psychiatric hospital whose focus was once to bring beauty from tragedy."
Since bonding during a high school orchestra event in their hometown of Traverse City, MI, The Accidentals have performed over a thousand live shows, including headline dates and festival sets, and shared stages along such like-minded acts as Martin Sexton, Brandi Carlile, Andrew Bird, The Wailers, Joan Baez and others. Their SXSW debut saw them hailed by Billboard for "displaying a genre-hopping range of influences and some smart songwriting skills to go with their abundant musical chops."
Co-produced by Buist, Larson and Dause with engineer Jason Lehning (Mat Kearney, Guster, George Jones, Alison Krauss) at Asheville, NC's Echo Mountain Recording, the album, ODYSSEY, includes the title track as well as singles, "Memorial Day" and "KW" (featuring Keller Williams). Other special guests on the album include Jenny Conlee (The Decemberists) and Kaki King. The Accidentals are celebrating ODYSSEY with a wide-ranging North American tour.
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