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The Chariot Shoot New Video Without Video Footage

The Chariot have shot a video for their song “They Faced Each Other” from their new record, The Fiancee, which came out April 3. “The song defines our new record because of its energy,” says frontman Josh Scogin.

Instead of using standard video footage, the Chariot decided to create the clip entirely with still pictures. “I have done many short films and other small projects before using this method so I figured it would translate well into a performance video for us,” Scogin said. “Shooting the video took several hours in one night, however the lengthy process came when I had to edit down 10,000 photos into about 4,000. After three days of going through them and picking what needed to be used, it was done. Look for it soon.”

You can watch the band’s last video, “The Company, The Comfort, The Grave” on Headbanger's Blog.

Source: Headbanger's Blog

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