Death Becomes Her – “You Should Have Stay (For The Sunset, If Not For Me)” music video premiering on the internet on 31st July 2011 approximately at 12:00 midnight.
I have been working for over one month for this music video by re-collecting again some of my time-lapse and stop motion images and footage I’ve did over my Tokyo days back in the year 2000 and mixed it up with some of royalty-free footage that I’ve downloaded over internet. The post-production for this video was done in Adobe After Effect CS4 and Adobe Premiere CS4. (How I wish my Final Cut Pro is still there inside my MacBook Pro, but I’ve ruined the program).
The music was recorded somewhere back in 2003 by me at Future Sound Studios, Kuala Lumpur and was written way back in the year 2000 by me and a good friend of mine, Pitt Idris. Death Becomes Her was my late ’90s band that never saw any releases from us except a few compilations from various record labels. The supposed-to-be-release EP entitled ‘A Killer In The Eye’ was buried with the band after we all decided to go on our own way in 2003.
But today in 2011, I’m putting my own effort to release the first music video for Death Becomes Her for everyone viewing and listening pleasure.. Free of charge. Enjoy!
There’s so many things happen around us in every 60 seconds over the internet presented in cool graphic style.
- 13,000+ music hours streaming on Pandora
- 12,000 new ads posted on Craiglist
- 370,000+ minutes voice calls on Skype
- 98,000+ tweets & 320 + new Twitter accounts
- 100+ new Linked In accounts
- 6,600 new photos uploaded on Flickr
- 600+ new videos uploaded on YouTube & 25+ hours total duration
- … And many more!
It’s ironic isn’t it?
I was called to write on this article after reading today’s New Straits Times newspaper – reader’s letter column at page 19 about Malaysian who went over to stadium wearing opposing team jersey.
Malaysian football team selection has been put on a test over last two week where we had three English giants of EPL team coming over for a friendly match. Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea. Arsenal beat us 4-0. Then Liverpool spice it up with 6-3 and last but not least, Chelsea stripped us 1-0 over a controversial goal by Didier Drogba. Over those three matches, the two teams of Malaysia (K Rajagobal World Cup’s team & Ong Kim Swee Olympic’s team) we have witnessed how tremendously our national football team has evolved and developed. This has become quite a strong benchmark for our national squad to embrace Malaysian football in future.
Here I am.. Blogging again after my last post on March 16th, 2009. It’s been two years since then. Two years with no active writings at all. Since 2009 there’s so many things happen in my life that weaken my will to write again. But today, I’ve decided to start blogging again.. Let alone all of my political bias articles, I’ve decided to slow down on politics.. Probably.
From today onwards, I will (Yes.. I will try) to just write about arts, graphic design, music, film making and my so-called ‘not-so-interesting’ life and it’s surrounding. I will try my best to stay away from any political issues. I’ve done that in my old blog, Flux Lounge (You can still go there if you want to).. But this is my new home. And this is my new spirit..
Other than that.. It’s business as usual.. Yay!