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Someday the Record Might Show .
We sometimes don’t know where David’s music is going but the meaning behind his recent video release seems to contrast images women confront in advertising with their everyday life.
The track is from his upcoming third solo album, Recalculating,Recalculating.
The song, “Someday the Record Might Show”, was filmed in Montreal by acclaimed cinematographer, Shaun Ryan Savard, of Playmaker Studios. It features Callayna and Jessie Doucet who is dealing with challenges when confronted by hyper inflated images of super models (like Callayna).
The rock and roll track was mastered at Abbey Road Studio by Alex Wharton (McCartney, Beastie Boys, Radiohead,Pixies) and will be available on David’s album later this year.
About Jessica Doucet
Jessica is an independent actress who works currently in Ottawa, Toronto and Montreal.She is an accomplished stunt and body double performer, having been a body double for Jennifer Lawrence in Mother. When Jessica isn’t acting she is still onset as a crew member and most often as a production assistant.
Callayna is an independent Canadian actress with a distinguished resume—TV and film, Magazine and Makeup Model. She is currently working on her Masters at McGill University. This is her third appearance in one of David’s videos.
About Shaun Ryan Savard
Canadian cinematographer, editor and writer, Shaun is a master of the meticulous visual effect. You may have seen his work on The Sea: How I Met Your Brother (2015), Trapped (2017) and 637 (2018).
Click Here to Watch “Something More Between Us (Remix)”
The latest music video is literally “out of this world”.
The video, produced by Shaun Ryan Savard at Playmaker Studios, features an astronaut viewing the different performers on various screens from a space station. He toggles back and forth between screens to show international musicians. Award-winning Russian composer and violinist, Maria Grigoryeva, performs from a bridge in St.Petersburg,Russia; multi-skilled instrumentalist Toby Wilson plays guitar on his farm in the UK Midlands; from a park bench in Mexico City, Mexico, Luis Guillermo adds subtle bass fills. In the end, film producer, Savard, is revealed as the astronaut from Montreal, Canada.
The song has the re-current line “Let’s start looking for something more between us”. It is a timely and implied plea for international cooperation gently undercut by Arn’s characteristic irony: Everyone in the video wears sunglasses.
“Something More Between Us (Remix)”, was mastered for iTunes at London’s famed Abbey Road Studio. It is available on iTunes and Amazon Mp3.
Kimberly Weiss at Music Connection-Dayton knows her music and she is a brilliant wordsmith. Please check out her recent piece on the new video by clicking below
Kimberly Weiss Review of Keeping My Distance
David released a new single this afternoon on iTunes called “Keeping My Distance” It features the guitar work of Raz Ben Ari and Toby Wilson. The accompanying video was produced by Shaun Ryan Savard at Playmaker Studios and features Canadian actress, Callayna Bajer. The song was mastered for iTunes by Andy Walter at Abbey Road Studio.
Click below to see it in David’s iTunes Store
iTunes “Keeping My Distance”
An Awesome Interview with Shaun about the forthcoming video. Check it out.
Here is the trailer for the forthcoming video for “KEEPING MY DISTANCE”. The video features Canadian actress, Callayna Bajer and John MacCormac. It was produced by Playmaker Studios. Shaun Ryan Savard did another fine job in capturing the essence of the song on film.
The song was mastered for iTunes by Andrew Walter at famed Abbey Road Studio.It features the excellent guitar work of Toby WIlson.
In mid-April it will be available for world-wide distribution.
The video will be available soon on Vevo and YouTube.
We are excited about a new video coming soon called “Keeping My Distance”. This is one of David’s new releases this year. The video was produced by Shaun Ryan Savard at Playmaker Studios.
Stay tuned for details.
The song is “Fantasy #127 in F# Major” from David’s Postmodern Days CD. David is delighted with the interpretation and production by Shaun Ryan Savard at Playmaker Studios. “Shaun’s work is excellent” David said. “He really captured the magnetism between John MacCormac and Callayna Bajer. The final production is a perfect marriage of song and video.”