David Arn Releases "St. Paul's Chimes" Music Video Without Fanfare
Norfolk, VA – Sep 30, 2019 – No extensive tease, no non-disclosures. In the world of the hit game, many viewers may not find David Arn’s new video “St. Paul’s Chimes” appealing.
Forget that it was produced by award-winning film maker, William Murray. Forget that even before the release of the music video, it had won the Bronze Award at Atlanta’s Spotlight Film Fest. And forget that the video’s sole character is brilliant actress Carly Erin O’Neil, who in a little more than four minutes pulls off the convincing transition from confident beautiful model to a woman who can still hear the long echo of abuse.
Forget it all. It is arriving without fanfare.
Arn has been attempting music videos which are socially conscious in their story-telling but with this subject he was uncertain of the approach until he read a blog post by actress O’Neil. “It was a fine confessional piece” he said in a statement. Arn contacted her and asked if she would consider being in a music video. He had not yet written the song.
The video and single will be released (without fanfare) on October 1st. Mastered by Alex Wharton (McCartney, Radiohead, Pixies) at Abbey Road Studios the song will appear on David’s forthcoming CD “Traveler Tales”. It features Joni Fuller on violin and Toby Wilson on guitar.
ABOUT DAVID ARN
Arn’s music has been played on myriad outlets: US FM and college stations featured on NPR stations, the BBC, and heard on Delta Airlines commercial flights. His single “Not Amused” broke through the top ten in Euro Indie Top 50 last Fall. The video was an award winner at multiple film festivals.
Video Link: https://youtu.be/81_xcYHe7_s
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