XTC Legend Colin Moulding Featured In New Video By Prog Duo Days Between Stations

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XTC Legend Colin Moulding Featured In New Video By Prog Duo Days Between Stations

Los Angeles, CA – XTC fans worldwide are buzzing with excitement about the new video by Prog duo Days Between Stations featuring legendary Colin Moulding titled “The Man Who Died Two Times!” The song comes from the band’s critically acclaimed second album ‘In Extremis’. Planning for the video began last fall. In October, producer Heidi Hornbacher traveled to the UK to film Colin at his studio. In April, the group filmed the rest of the video in Los Angeles in a small theatre. There is also a behind the scenes video that shows a bit of the ‘making of’ the video as well as some conversation with Colin Moulding, Paul Whitehead, Heidi Hornbacher, and Days Between Stations’ Sepand Samzadeh and Oscar Frederico Fuentes Bills.

Watch the video: http://youtu.be/ar6E9t5IYeg

Behind the scenes video: http://youtu.be/5vYukKsJ-iY
(It includes conversation with Paul Whitehead, Colin Moulding, director Heidi Hornbacher and the band.)

Says Sepand, “This was our first video, and since we haven’t toured yet, ‘The Man Who Died Two Times’ is our first visual exposure. To me the song is the critical inflection point within the concept album -that one has to spiritually die to live again. As a group we all decided that this video would be appropriate to introduce the band. It also exposes more of our quirky and dorky side, because the other pieces are deep, long and moody. We did not have a budget for this video, everyone did this out of their goodwill and artistic integrity. There was so much energy and symbiosis and to me it felt like we were all kids again playing a game at recess. I can’t thank Heidi, Erik and Alex enough, not only for their friendship, but for their talent, integrity and inspiration. You took us to a higher realm and made this dream possible. Colin’s youthful energy, charm and boundless creativity rubbed off on us, you are an inspiration and a true gentleman. To Paul Whitehead, we are sorry you had such a terminal role…. but you played it better than Peter Sellers did in his terminal role in ‘The Party’. To Billy Sherwood… none of this would have happened without you! This was one of the highlights of my life. Love to all.”

“I was so pleased to be involved in this project. It was collaborative and just kept evolving. To take a concept, develop it, and see it come to life is my favorite thing in the world. I am honored by the trust the band put in me to bring this great song to the visual world.” – Heidi Hornbacher (director and producer)

“For my part, I was pleased to be involved, having been a fan of the band from the beginning. This music has many layers and it was a fun challenge to decipher the various themes and give them visual form. This is my second music video project, the first being “Seasons Will Change” for ASIA Featuring John Payne.” – Erik Nielsen (camera and editing)

Video Credits:
Produced and Directed by Heidi Hornbacher
Filmed and Edited by Erik Nielsen (also lensed “Seasons Will Change” video for ASIA Featuring John Payne in 2012)
Costumes by Alexandre Dorriz
Executive Producers Sepand Samzadeh and Oscar Frederico Fuentes Bills

Story Teller: Colin Moulding
The Man (at death): Paul Whitehead
The Man: Fred Cross
The Woman: Annie Savage
Boss: F. Rob Latimer
Angels: Sepand Samzadeh and Oscar Frederico Fuentes Bills
Music Credits
Oscar Frederico Fuentes Bills: Synthesizer
Sepand Samzadeh: Guitars
Tony Levin: Bass
Billy Sherwood: Backing Vocals and Drums
Colin Moulding: Lead Vocals
Music written by: Days Between Stations
Lyrics by Days Between Stations and Billy Sherwood
Produced by Days Between Stations and Billy Sherwood


Press inquiries: Glass Onyon PR, PH: 828-350-8158, glassonyonpr@gmail.com

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